UNC’s civil rights center was founded in 2001 by the Julius Chambers ’62 (LLBJD), whose home, office and car were bombed as he pursued school desegregation cases in the 1960s and ’70s. Chamber died in August 2013. (Photo by Dan Sears ’74)
The UNC law school’s Civil Rights Center’s practice of going to court against the state and other government entities as part of teaching law students is inappropriate and should be ended, a committee of the UNC System Board of Governors decided…
UNC faculty members who applied for — and won — an $867,000 Department of Homeland Security grant to develop communication strategies to counter recruitment efforts of violent extremist groups are mystified that the award was canceled.
An on-going debate about the mission of UNC Center for Civil Rights appears headed for a showdown. A UNC System Board of Governors’ committee is scheduled to consider it in a special meeting Aug. 1; the full board is expected to consider it in…
Six months after the N.C. General Assembly enacted House Bill 2 — regulating access to public restrooms with respect to gender — the state of North Carolina has been hit with two business decisions that go to the heart of collegiate athletics.
A UNC sophomore asserts, under UNC’s 2-year-old revised policy on sexual violence, “I did everything a rape victim is supposed to do” and argues the University has not done what it is expected to do.