Buy your tickets now to congratulate the 54.2 Coalition for defending de facto economic segregation through a system that relegated African American children to future low wage jobs.
Of course, I guess that keeps Fitzsimon and Schofield in work so they can tell people how much they care about them.
The NC Justice Center's
2010 Defenders of Justice Honorees
RECEPTION AND AWARDS DINNER
Thursday, September 30, 6 pm - 9 pm
American Tobacco Campus, Bay 7, Durham, NC
State Senator Joe Sam Queen of Waynesville for his commitment to increasing the availability of affordable housing and providing assistance to working families
State Representative Garland E. Pierce of Scotland County for his continuing efforts to ensure the needs and interests of North Carolina’s poor families are represented in the state legislature
Kay Zwan of Wilmington for her passionate advocacy for increased access to health care and her efforts to increase public support for national health reform
Jane Wettach of Duke University’s Children’s Education Law Clinic for her work to ensure students at risk of failing or being excluded from school get the quality education to which they have a right
Great Schools in Wake for being a strong voice in opposition to the resegregation of Wake County schools and for quality education for all Wake students
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