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Examining Civil Rights in the 21st Century: North Carolina & Beyond  

Created for the Institute of African American Research's symposium held on Aug 29, 2013: Voting Rights, Racial Justice and Moral Mondays: Examining Civil Rights in the 21st Century.
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 This is a guide to resources for the Institute of African American Research's symposium held on August 29, 2013: Voting Rights, Racial Justice and Moral Mondays: Examining Civil Rights in the 21st Century.

 

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