As the N.C. General Assembly considers compensation for victims of a state-run forced-sterilization program, Wake Forest University will host “Scarred for Life: The Legacy of Forced Sterilization at Home and Abroad,” April 4-5 in
A panel discussion slated to take place on Thursday, Feb. 28 from 4:30–5:45 p.m. in Salem College’s Shirley Auditorium (inside the Elberson Fine Arts Center) will tackle a number of pressing issues. Sponsored by
A panel of death penalty opponents used the one-year anniversary of the execution of Troy Davis to call for the elimination of a system that they say is broken. Davis’ case attracted international attention.
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