CBR Project: “Addressing Racial Imbalances in Access to Durham Charter Schools.” Durham Congregations, Associations and Neighborhoods (CAN), (Durham, North Carolina). 2015.
Malcolm Nowlin (class of 2017) is from Florence, South Carolina and is pursuing a major in Public Policy Studies and a minor in Chemistry. On campus, he is active with the Global Health Outreach Team of Duke Partnership for Service, Universities Allied for Essential Medicines and Duke’s Innovation, Technology and Policy Lab. Malcolm spent his summer in Durham, NC working with Durham Congregations, Associations and Neighborhoods (CAN), a community organizing group working to bring together community leaders throughout Durham around important issues to incite change. He researched racial and ethnic minority families’ access to Durham charter schools for his SOL summer project.