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Students at UNC-Chapel Hill came together Monday night to talk about the decision in Ferguson and its impact on the community. (WTVD-TV)

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — More than 100 UNC-Chapel Hill students from various student groups gathered in the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History to continue their conversation about Ferguson, Missouri and plan how to raise awareness on campus about racism in America, according to WTVD-TV.

“Letting people know that there are a lot of people around that agree with them and giving them a forum to sharpen their ideas is a fantastic thing,” said Jonah Howell with the UNControllables, an anarchist group on campus.

The meeting started with a four-and-a-half minute silence, marking the four-and-a-half hours that Michael Brown’s body lay in the street after his death.

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