The Inclusion Solution


The Inclusion Solution


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The legacy of residential segregation in our country continues to have lasting consequences today. In this talk, Mark Dorosin describes how excluded communities have become the targets of unwanted infrastructure (like landfills), funding cuts, and lackluster city services and what we can do to solve this persistent problem of institutional discrimination. Mark Dorosin is the Co-Director of the Julius L. Chambers Center for Civil Rights, a nonprofit law firm providing low-wealth NC communities with legal representation in their efforts to dismantle structural racism. He is also a Professor at the UNC Law School and currently serves as Chair of the Orange County Board of Commissioners. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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Civil Rights and Discrimination | Human Rights Law | Law and Race

The Inclusion Solution