Because Freedom Can't Protect Itself: A Look Back At 50 Years of the ACLU of North CarolinaPDF
Levine Museum of the New South
200 East 7th Street
Charlotte, North Carolina
Charles E. Johnson spoke at the ACLU of North Carolina statewide membership meeting. The meeting featured a reception and panel conversation about the work of the ACLU defending civil liberties in North Carolina over the last half century. The meeting also displayed the 10-panel history exhibit "ACLU of North Carolina: 50 Years of Protecting Liberty."
Additional speakers included James E. Ferguson II, attorney and former national ACLU general counsel; Amanda Hughett, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Duke University who compiled the research for "ACLU of North Carolina: 50 Years of Protecting Liberty;" and Sarah Preston, acting Executive Director of the ACLU-NC. Mr. Johnson is a former president of the ACLU-NC.
The event was held at Levine Museum of the New South.