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Students Hold Lay-In Protest at UNC Over Keith Scott Shooting

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A group of college students at the University of North Carolina have organized a protest to address the shooting of a black man by police. The students gathered on a patio behind the student union before entering the building for a "lay-in." After the group entered the the union, they began to lay down on the green-carpeted floor under the rotunda. The protest followed the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott. But Charlotte's police chief has stated the 43-year-old carried a handgun and ignored multiple warnings from officers to put it down. He was shot and killed by a black police officer.

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