Former Woodruff Arts Center president and CEO Doug Shipman announced last week that he will run for Atlanta City Council president. "I decided this was the way I could have substantial impact," he says.
Category: Civil Rights
Former Woodruff CEO Doug Shipman jumping into Atlanta council president race
Doug Shipman, Founding CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, examines the complex history of racial reconciliation in America.
On this episode of Candler in Conversation, meet Doug Shipman, one of the February 2021 TheoEd Speakers.
Doug talks with the Diversity Gap podcast about the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the Woodruff Arts Center and equity in the community.
Doug Shipman, president and CEO of the Woodruff Arts Center and a scholar on Dr. King spoke to Rose Scott about King's legacy, his ...
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