Monday, April 10, 2006

Citizen's Response Panel Hearing Transcript

Click here to read the transcript from the Citizen's Response Panel Discussion at the Commission's second public hearing.

Leah Wise, Larry Morse, PhD, and Michael Curtis all spoke on a "citizen's Response Panel" about the community response to the events of November 3, 1979. Wise is a lead organizer of the National Anti-Klan Network, a coalition made up of civil rights and church organizations formed in response to November 3, 1979. She was also a director of the Durham Based Southest Regional Economic Justice Network and later formed the North Carolinians Against Religious and Racist Violence. Morse is an economics professor at NCA&T State University. He was out of town on November 3, 1979, but was friends with initiators of the march. He was also a member of the Citizens for Justice and Unity and was a co-chair of the march and vigil in the early 1980s against Klan demonstrations. Curtis is the Judge Donald Smith Professor of Constitutional Law and Legal and Constitutional History at Wake Forest School of Law. He was also on the Human Relations Citizens Review Commission after November 3, 1979.

Special thanks to commission volunteer, Matt Shelton, for transcribing this statement.

posted by Jill Williams, exec. dir.


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What happened to the police and community relations panel transcript that was posted earlier? It disappeared.

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