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Still, leaders say they are moving on a proposal to post a "Truth Plaque" on Town Hall."The plaque will acknowledge that we are named after the racist who spoke at the unveiling of the Confederate statue and the racist history of the town as well as celebrate our local civil rights heroes and affirm our commitment to continuing to work for social justice," Alderman Jacquelyn M. "I expect that the plaque will be unveiled early next year."Town officials did not respond to calls and emails from ABC11.
In a statement to ABC11, a spokesman for the NC Sons of Confederate Veterans says "Frankly, I'm not sure any issue involving modern-day Carrboro is worth our time or worry.
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(WTVD) -- This Orange County town is perhaps like every other town in the Triangle - growing - but its strong reputation as a progressive community may be at odds with the town's heritage.
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Aikat, a professor at UNC, noted that Carr was a philanthropist, but he also labeled him a "white supremacist.""The character of this place is vibrant, very progressive, and people are very welcoming," he said of today's Carrboro.
"When we think about the name, though, it gives us pause."Indeed, the town's website touts its progressive reputation, including the fact that "Carrboro was the first municipality in North Carolina to elect an openly gay mayor in 1995, and was also the first in the state to grant domestic-partner benefits to same-sex couples."Aikat's proposal is by no means a movement; he independently wrote to members of the town's Board of Alderman.