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National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC)
We are the Carolinas chapter of the National Coalition For Men (NCFM), a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization. Founded in 1977, NCFM is the oldest men's human rights organization in America. NCFM Carolinas is dedicated to ensuring fair and equitable treatment of males. Our mission is to end harmful discrimination of men and boys by educating people on how to become change agents for a better world.
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A Federal Court Takes on Title IX (7/24/19)
Title IX policies have ‘anti-male bias’ and treat students accused of sexual assault unfairly, lawsuit alleges (7/23/19)
Male Student Receives $725,000 From Michigan State After Sex Assault Allegations, Accuser Receives $475,000 (7/13/19)
7th Circuit Court Reminds Purdue, Other Colleges That Due Process Matters (7/9/19)
Doe v PURDUE ruling (6/28/19)
Court ruling opens new avenue for lawsuits from students accused of sexual assault (6/5/19)
Federal Court Ruling May Give New Relief for University Students Accused of Sexual Misconduct (5/28/19)
Doe v NORTHERN MICHIGAN ruling (5/28/19)
Appeals court blasts USC for indifference to evidence that could exonerate accused student (12/12/18)
Doe v UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ruling (12/11/18)
Appeals court smacks down UCSB for hiding accuser’s hallucinatory prescription from accused (10/12/18)
Judge: Penn State’s ban on cross-examination in rape cases ‘raises constitutional concerns’ (9/10/18)
US Court of Appeals rules University must allow cross-examination in sexual assault cases (9/7/18)
Doe v UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ruling (9/7/18)
Another appeals court agrees: Accusers must be cross-examined in campus rape cases (8/13/18)
Doe v CLAREMONT MCKENNA COLLEGE ruling (8/8/18)
Cross-examination required in campus rape investigations, federal appeals court rules (9/26/17)
Doe v UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI ruling (9/25/17)
Appeals court reinstates reverse discrimination case against Columbia by student accused of rape (7/29/16)
Bisexual student accused of rape gets $125,000 from Georgia Tech to drop lawsuit (7/27/16)
Vindication for student athlete accused of rape: six-figure settlement with university (2/18/16)
ASU paid $100K to settle with former athlete (1/6/16)
Judge rules former UTC wrestler accused of rape shouldn't have been expelled (8/12/15)
DOE vs. REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO; a win for due process rights for student accused of sexual assault (7/10/15)
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