September 16, 2019

9:50 am - 4:00 pm, Eastern Time

Constitution Day: Reparations & Voting Rights

Great Hall

The ACS NCCU Law Student Chapter will be hosting a Constitution Day event discussing the constitutional background of reparations, as well as the case for reparations, and voting rights.


Ted Shaw, UNC School of Law

Allison Newton, NCCU Law Student

Keisha Bentley-Edwards, Duke University

Erika Wilson, UNC School of Law

Malik Edwards, NCCU School of Law

Hlekani Totten, NCCU Law Student

Congressman G.K. Butterfield, U.S. Representative, North Carolina 1st Congressional District

Serenity Hogan, NCCU Law Student

Sandy Darity, Duke University

Leonard Dunston, former President of NABSW

Brenda Reddix Smalls, NCCU School of Law

Ian Courts, NCCU Law Student

Dr. Fred McBride, Policy Director & Redistricting and Voting Rights Policy Specialist, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Sponsored by: North Carolina Central University, NCCU School of Law, NCCU Black Law Students Association, and NCCU Law Constitutional Law and Civil Rights Society