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Explore Current Issues

This special series is produced throughout the year to take a deeper look at current topics. Recent topics include Veterans Health, Coronavirus and Historically Minority Serving Institutions.

The Focus On... series is part of UNC-TV's ongoing commitment to providing timely coverage of issues affecting the people of North Carolina.

Currently on Focus On...

Focus On: Veterans Health

Explore options and solutions for veterans in North Carolina in need of services at the VA Health System for COVID-19 or regular treatments.

Focus On: Census 2020

With Census 2020, North Carolina's population growth since 2010 is expected to soar, which could mean an additional U.S. House seat and billions in additional federal funds.

Focus On: Coronavirus

Interviews with state representatives, local officials and experts explore the economic, public health, and education affects of the coronavirus on the state of North Carolina.

Discover the UNC System's Historically Minority-Serving Institutions

There are six historically minority-serving institutions in the University of North Carolina System. These are Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University, North Carolina Central University, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and Winston-Salem State University. Learn more below about the proud legacy of these schools and their compelling stories today.

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For More Information

For more information, please contact the individual historically minority-serving institutions linked above or Samantha Hargrove at the UNC System Office.

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A production of UNC-TV Public Media North Carolina and The University of North Carolina System, in partnership with Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina A&T, North Carolina Central University, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and Winston-Salem State University.