Managing Attorney Mark Dorosin Interviewed in Halifax County Education Documentary

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"School Days: Education in Halifax County Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow" is a short documentary by Tom Adams from the Center for Documentary Studies. Center Managing Attorney Mark Dorosin was interviewed and talks about the history of school desegregation in Halifax County.

From the Center for Documentary Studies : "This film focuses on the opportunities and challenges of schools in Halifax County. It traces their evolution from segregation through desegregation and up to the present day, and also looks to the future. Tom Adams grew up in rural Wake County and attended the US Naval Academy. After service in the Navy, he held positions in engineering and R&D with major chemical and pharmaceutical companies. Now retired, he has been taking courses at CDS. This is his second Anytown project."

School Days: Education in Halifax County Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow from Center for Documentary Studies on Vimeo.

Posted by Bethan R. Eynon on Thu. March 13, 2014 11:56 AM
Categories: Halifax County
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