A Roundtable on Freedom, Equality and the Law – 1860s, 1960s, and Today

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Thursday, November 16, 2017
What do freedom and equality mean and how has their meaning changed over time? Hear scholars discuss these questions in the contexts of the 1860s, 1960s, and today.  Then join in the conversation.


  • Dr. Jaime Martinez, UNC Pembroke Associate Professor
  • Dr. Richard A. Rosen, UNC Chapel Hill Professor of Law Emeritus
  • Dr. Joe Mosnier, UNC Chapel Hill MPH Candidate; Coordinator of the Consortium for Implementation Science
  • Dr. Theodore Shaw, UNC Chapel Hill Julius Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law, Director of the Center for Civil Rights

Photo: J. J. Smith’s Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1862, Image courtesy of Library of Congress

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