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Planned construction of a new
building at the Wayne State
University Law
School has
received a major
boost froin
Bloomfield hills
industrialist and
philanthropist A.
Alfred Taubman,
who is donating
$3 million to the
Taubman
Detroit university
for the project. The gift is the larg-
est single amount ever given to the
WSU Law School. The university is
in the midst of a $500 million capi-
tal campaign, which is well over
halfway toward its goal.
Among other facilities, the new
building will house a proposed
Center for Civil Rights to be named
in honor of federal Judge Damon J.
Keith. Taubman, the entrepreneur
and developer of popular regional
shopping malls, is a friend of Keith.
The law school intends
to establish the Damon J.
Keith Distinguished Chair in
Constitutional and Civil Rights Law
as the academic focus of the Keith
Center.
Taubman, a Detroit native, along
with Franklin industrialist/philan-
thropist Max Fisher, was instru-
mental in building the Riverfront
Towers apartments, a magnet for
attracting new residents to the
city. When Judge Keith expressed
concern for the safety of civil rights
icon Rosa Parks after she was
attacked in her Detroit home a few
years ago by an intruder, Taubman
and Fisher stepped forward to
arrange housing for her at the
Riverfront Towers.
Keith, judge of the bth U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals, holds a
Masters of Law degree from Wayne
State and is widely known for his
landmark decisions in cases involv-
ing human rights, including a 1971
federal wiretapping case and a
school integration case in Pontiac.
• The university will acknowledge
the gift from Taubman at a May
21 anniversary celebration for the
"Wayne First" campaign on cam-
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