The home of the University’s President on East Franklin Street was the site of a October 12, 1997 protest by the Coalition for Economic Justice, in support of the housekeepers movement. The Coalition littered the front steps of the then President’s home, Molly Broad, with signs of support. The housekeepers who had, the previous year, won an enormous settlement from the University, had not yet received all of the items promised to them in the settlement.
Space Use: Private Residence
Spatial Organizing Approach: Contestation
Date Created: 1907
Campus Space: Cheek-Clark Building
Citation: Students for Economic Justice Protest Signs at the President’s House Photograph in the John Kenyon Chapman Papers #5441, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.