North Carolina Vs. Hew A classic struggle over integrating a university

May 1979
Time;5/7/1979, Vol. 113 Issue 19, p63
The article focuses on the efforts of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) to push a case against the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) as the agency made rigid conditions to be complied by the college which hampers its move for desegregation. It states that agreements were made between James B. Hunt, Governor of North Carolina, and HEW Secretary Joseph Califano regarding improvements for the college. However, it tells that the college was compelled to file a case against HEW to alleviate the threat of federal aid deprivation. Attorney Charles Morgan asserts that HEW should no longer require the college to present detailed desegregation plans. UNC President William Friday contends that the college only seeks to provide more college opportunities.


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