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Lunch & Listen: The fate of the UNC Center for Civil Rights hangs in the balance (audio)

This Friday the UNC Board of Governors is expected to take action on a proposal banning the UNC Center for Civil Rights from litigating cases and representing future clients.

Ted Shaw, the director of the Center, recently joined NC Policy Watch to discuss who is behind this proposal and why the ban is a wrongheaded move.

Click below to hear Shaw’s full interview with Chris Fitzsimon recorded in August.

Got extra time? Read this op-ed on the Center by Stephen Leonard, the immediate past chairman of the UNC system Faculty Assembly.

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