As part of the University Libraries’ Fall 2020 Plan, Wilson Library is closed to the public.
February 20 – May 31, 2020
Though North Carolinians may be turning more frequently to the web, social media, and broadcasting for their news, these media have not entirely supplanted the printed word. As in the past, residents of the Old North State turn to serialized publications—newspapers, newsletters, magazines—to get news that matches their specific interests. Often limited in circulation, these works focus on news of neighbors, workers’ rights, or political ideology. Some cater to African Americans, Latinx, or Asian residents who find little about their communities in the major dailies. Others feature reporting by prisoners or creative writing by teens. This exhibition features North Carolina news sources from the 1800s to the present pulled from Wilson Library’s stacks.
View this exhibition online at https://exhibits.lib.unc.edu/exhibits/show/papers/intro
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For information on previous exhibitions, see our past exhibitions page.