November 18, 2014
by Colleen Mallick
Lawsuits were filed in Massachusetts and North Carolina federal district courts against Harvard University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Monday, arguing that affirmative action policies should be banned at colleges across the country. The lawsuits contend that the US Supreme ...[read more]
February 8, 2011
by Joseph Schaeffer
Christian Ohanian, University of North Carolina (UNC) Chapel-Hill Law '11, is a certified legal student at the University of North Carolina's Immigration and Human Rights Policy Clinic. He writes about the difficulty confronting asylum applicants from politically controversial states... Iraq has ...[read more]
August 20, 2010
by Dwyer Arce
On August 20, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the Economic Opportunity Act. The bill approved $1 billion for social programs to combat poverty. The legislation was central to Johnson's Great Society legislative program. Learn more about Lyndon Johnson from the White House and his ...[read more]
September 13, 2006
by Joshua Pantesco
Former US Attorney General John Ashcroft, who resigned from the post in November 2004, told an audience at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Tuesday that President Bush has done less harm to civil liberties than any other wartime president in US history, and said that Bush ...[read more]

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