Mark Dorosin, managing attorney at the UNC Center For Civil Rights, believes that those who are targeting the center are “opposed to the nature of the advocacy that the center does and the issues that people we represent are fighting for.”
Mark Dorosin, managing attorney at the UNC Center For Civil Rights, believes that those who are targeting the center are “opposed to the nature of the advocacy that the center does and the issues that people we represent are fighting for.” Gerry Broome AP
Mark Dorosin, managing attorney at the UNC Center For Civil Rights, believes that those who are targeting the center are “opposed to the nature of the advocacy that the center does and the issues that people we represent are fighting for.” Gerry Broome AP

UNC’s civil rights center faces conservative ire

April 23, 2017 06:52 PM

UPDATED April 23, 2017 08:54 PM

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