UNC Center for Civil Rights attorneys Elizabeth Haddix, left, and Mark Dorosin, right, are representing Virginia Ingram, an heir of one of the people forcibly sterilized in the state’s eugenics program.
UNC Center for Civil Rights attorneys Elizabeth Haddix, left, and Mark Dorosin, right, are representing Virginia Ingram, an heir of one of the people forcibly sterilized in the state’s eugenics program. UNC Center for Civil Rights
UNC Center for Civil Rights attorneys Elizabeth Haddix, left, and Mark Dorosin, right, are representing Virginia Ingram, an heir of one of the people forcibly sterilized in the state’s eugenics program. UNC Center for Civil Rights

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