Students and supporters from the UNC School of Medicine and other health care fields of study hold a "die-in" protest at Bondurant Hall on the school campus in Chapel Hill on Dec. 10, 2014. They were protesting the treatment of black suspects by white police officers that has been in the national news recently. About 100 people participated in the event. Other medical students across the country also held similar protests.
Students and supporters from the UNC School of Medicine and other health care fields of study hold a "die-in" protest at Bondurant Hall on the school campus in Chapel Hill on Dec. 10, 2014. They were protesting the treatment of black suspects by white police officers that has been in the national news recently. About 100 people participated in the event. Other medical students across the country also held similar protests. cseward@newsobserver.com
Students and supporters from the UNC School of Medicine and other health care fields of study hold a "die-in" protest at Bondurant Hall on the school campus in Chapel Hill on Dec. 10, 2014. They were protesting the treatment of black suspects by white police officers that has been in the national news recently. About 100 people participated in the event. Other medical students across the country also held similar protests. cseward@newsobserver.com

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