Balancing The Scales: The Injustice Of Confederate Monuments In Public Spaces
In numerous counties across the South, including North Carolina, Confederate monuments occupy public spaces, including yards where courthouses are located. This webinar explored why such symbols of white supremacy are antithetical to equality under law and have no place in courthouse spaces. This event was held Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 3:00 pm.
Attorney, The Law Offices of Matthew J. Davenport, P.A.
Law Professor, North Carolina Central University Law School
Judge Susan Maven
President/Moderator of the National Consortium On Racial And Ethnic Fairness In The Courts
Professor and Historian, University of North Carolina
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Law Professor, North Carolina Central University Law School
Executive Director, NC CRED