Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Independent Weekly Vol. 27 Issue 38, September 2010
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An anonymous Latina woman living in Chapel Hill and her harassment by Bedri Kulla is told to explain the rights that immigrants have in the US when they are victims of a crime. Even if an immigrant is undocumented and not a US citizen, if a crime has been committed against them, they are eligible for legal aid and cannot be deported. Immigrants are often victimized or abused and these women are often afraid to report their abuses and abusers for fear that they will be deported.
Carrboro resident Daphne Athas’ discusses the myths surrounding Chapel Hill and Carrboro, as well as her personal history. The former University of North Carolina professor and author discusses her Greek heritage and religion, the famous authors and national celebrities she knew, and the culture of Chapel Hill and Carrboro. She recently published a collection of essays depicting portions of her life and her experiences living in the area.