If you were unable to attend or would like to re-watch last Thursday’s event, here is a link to the recording.
Some additional resources you may be interested in reviewing include these gathered by Mike Ogle in a recent edition of Stone Walls:
- The Center for the Study of the American South has collected some resources
- Read this piece by James Cates’s cousins Nate Davis and Valerie Foushee for The Assembly
- Check out the James Cates Remembrance Coalition’s proposal for James Cates Building at UNC, with dozens of endorsing organizations and individuals
- Listen to the “Re/Collecting Chapel Hill” podcast episode about James Cates
- Read Stone Walls from last year, at the 50th anniversary, on James Cates’s life and what his community lost: “James Cates is gone”
- Campus activists attempted to install a plaque for James Cates in the Pit in 2019
- The original thread of research published by Mike in 2018
You may also leave a note for the Cates family here.
November 2021 news roundup:
- The News & Observer column: “James Cates’s family still deserves answers decades after his killing”. That column also appeared in the (Durham) Herald-Sun and Charlotte Observer:
- Daily Tar Heel editorial: “51 years a year the murder of James Cates Jr., we are still complicit”
- Daily Tar Heel news story: “UNC community honors memory of James Cates on the anniversary of his death”
- Chapelboro column: “‘We Expected Justice’: 51 Years After James Cates’ Murder, Trauma Remains”