Panel Two--women in the Global Economy 22 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 325 (2007) Thank you, Marcela, and thank you very much to Boalt Hall for hosting this symposium and inviting me and Eve Hernandez to speak today about some burning issues in the area of global migration. I should tell you that I'm kind of an unusual government official. Most of my work, prior to coming to the EEOC was in defense of immigrants. I did a lot of... 2007
Milton Vickerman Post-1965 Immigration and Assimilation: a Response to Randy Capps 14 Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law 206 (Winter 2007) Historically, immigration into American society is divided into distinct periods, each with its own set of characteristics. For instance, up until the 1880s most immigrants originated in Northwestern Europe and with the exception of the Irish and especially the Chinese, they were well received. But between the 1880s and the 1920s when immigrant... 2007
Rashad Hussain Preventing the New Internment: a Security-sensitive Standard for Equal Protection Claims in the Post-9/11 Era 13 Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights 117 (Fall 2007) I. Introduction. 119 II. Enforcement of Antiterrorism Initiatives in the Post-9/11 Era. 122 A. Detentions Following the September 11 Attacks. 123 1. Policy Implementation. 123 2. Program Results: Impact on Immigrant Communities and Security Benefits. 124 B. The National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS). 126 1. Policy Implementation.... 2007
Michael J. Wishnie Prohibiting the Employment of Unauthorized Immigrants: the Experiment Fails 2007 University of Chicago Legal Forum 193 (2007) For a century before 1986, federal law permitted employers to hire undocumented immigrants. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) marked a sea change in immigration law by extending federal immigration regulation into the private workplace through the prohibition of employment of unauthorized immigrants. In the two decades since... 2007
Adam Francoeur The Enemy Within: Constructions of U.s. Immigration Law and Policy and the Homoterrorist Threat 3 Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties 345 (August, 2007) Introduction. 346 I. Immigration, Gender, and Sexuality in U.S. History: A History of Early American Immigration Law up to the Mid-20th Century. 347 II. From McCarthyism to 1990: Conceiving and Crafting the Exclusion of LGBT Immigrants. 351 A. 1950s-1967: Immigration Laws Affecting Homosexuals During the Cold War. 352 B. 1967-1983: A Summary of... 2007
Jennifer M. Chacón Unsecured Borders: Immigration Restrictions, Crime Control and National Security 39 Connecticut Law Review 1827 (July, 2007) In this Article, I explore the origins and consequences of the blurred boundaries between immigration control, crime control and national security, specifically as related to the removal of non-citizens. Part II of this Article focuses on the question of how immigration control and crime control issues have come to be subsumed by national security... 2007
Deenesh Sohoni Unsuitable Suitors: Anti-miscegenation Laws, Naturalization Laws, and the Construction of Asian Identities 41 Law and Society Review 587 (September, 2007) In this article, I use state-level anti-miscegenation legislation to examine how Asian ethnic groups became categorized within the American racial system in the period between the Civil War and the civil rights movement of the 1960s. I show how the labels used to describe Asian ethnic groups at the state level reflected and were constrained by... 2007
Shanshan Lan Chinese Americans in Multiracial Chicago: a Story of Overlapping Racializations 13 Asian American Law Journal 31 (November, 2006) It is well known among anthropologists that race as a scientific concept denoting human biological variation is no longer valid, but that race as a social construct and a shaping force still has profound material repercussions in peoples' daily lives. In 2004, two notable events occurred in Chicago that attested to the persistent significance of... 2006
Kitty Calavita Collisions at the Intersection of Gender, Race, and Class: Enforcing the Chinese Exclusion Laws 40 Law and Society Review 249 (June, 2006) This article explores the ramifications of the intersections of gender, race, and class ideologies for the enforcement of the Chinese Exclusion Laws in the years immediately following their passage. Drawing from government documents and archival data, I argue that the notions of gender, race, and class that permeated the legislative debate... 2006
Marta Vides Saade Entertaining Angels Con Pasión 83 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 901 (Summer 2006) This Symposium considers the relationship between immigration law and religious values as relevant. As a Roman Catholic ethicist, whose religious values are influenced by the indigenous traditions of the south, the question of how questions of borders and migration are treated in society has a poignant historical significance. As a lawyer, I... 2006
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