In the Media Archive

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Title Date
Civil Rights Center Unapologetic About Its Advocacy Efforts Across the State February 3, 2015
No Easy Solutions Seen for Easing Overcrowding in Harnett County Schools, Center for Civil Rights Cited (Fayetteville Observer) March 30, 2015
Baltimore Shows Poverty's Costs, Shaw Quoted (Charlotte Observer) April 30, 2015
Civil Rights Attorney Ted Shaw to Speak at McGlohon (Charlotte Observer) April 4, 2015
Civil Rights Attorneys Bryan Stevenson and Ted Shaw Discuss Justice, Hope in Charlotte (Charlotte Observer) April 30, 2015
Group Concerned About Smithfield-Selma High Threatens Legal Action (News and Observer) April 19, 2015
Haddix and Dorosin: Why North Carolina's Letter Grade Law Gets an F (News and Observer) April 13, 2015
Justice Department's Ferguson Report with Introduction by Ted Shaw to be Published by New Press (Los Angeles Times) March 20, 2015
NC Trial Lawyers Fighting for Eugenics Victims Pro Bono (PR Web) May 15, 2015
Op-Ed: A Different Kind of Discrimination (Charlotte Observer) May 13, 2015
Shaw Comments on Race, Politics, Changing Demographics (Atlanta Black Star) March 11, 2015
Shaw Comments on Redistricting Battles in North Carolina (WFAE) May 6, 2015
Shaw Comments on Voting Rights Act of 1965 (Democracy Now) March 9, 2015
Shaw Reads Frederick Douglass' July 4th Speech (Chapelboro) July 2, 2015
Shaw Speaks at Voting Rights Teach-In (The Chronicle) July 16, 2015
Shaw to Present on Racial Justice at Rockford University (Rockford Register Star) June 7, 2015
Superintendent Touts Spending in Smithfield, Selma Schools (News and Observer) May 4, 2015
Supreme Court's Fair Housing Ruling Could Boost Revitalization, Shaw Quoted (Next City) June 26, 2015
Texas Bill Outlawing Filming Police Worsens Accountability, Shaw Quoted (Sputnik International) March 21, 2015
UNC's Professor Ted Shaw to Join the Charlotte Forum (Charlotte Observer) April 25, 2015
What Does the SCOTUS Fair Housing Decision Mean for North Carolina? Civil Rights Staff Attorney Elizabeth Haddix '98 Interviewed (WUNC) June 30, 2015
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