|Harold Hongju Koh
||The Haitian Refugee Litigation: a Case Study in Transnational Public Law Litigation
||18 Maryland Journal of International Law and Trade 1 (Spring 1994)
||In reading about the history behind this lecture series, I was struck by how Lawrence I. Gerber is described: as a man born in New York City of immigrant parents who went on to attend City College and NYU Law School, who loved the law and remained faithful to it through 60 years of practice. His, in short, was the story of the American dream, a...
|Bill Ong Hing
||Beyond the Rhetoric of Assimilation and Cultural Pluralism: Addressing the Tension of Separatism and Conflict in an Immigration-driven Multiracial Society
||81 California Law Review 863 (July, 1993)
||Immigration is quickly changing the racial demographics of the United States. In so doing, it is creating both tensions and opportunities. The author responds to those who advocate restricted immigration as the solution to racial problems. He refutes the underlying assumptions of such Euro-immigrationists: that the United States has a solely white,...
|Juan C. Montes
||Haitian Interdiction on the High Seas: a U.s. Policy of Bias and Inconsistency
||5 Saint Thomas Law Review 557 (Spring, 1993)
||Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free, The Wretched Refuse of Your Teeming Shore, Send These, The Homeless, Tempest-tost, to Me, I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door! Inscription on the Statute of Liberty The luminous splendor of liberty and freedom that the Statue of Liberty symbolizes for many immigrants is...
|Kevin R. Johnson
||Los Olvidados: Images of the Immigrant, Political Power of Noncitizens, and Immigration Law and Enforcement
||1993 Brigham Young University Law Review 1139 (1993)
||C1-3Table of Contents I. Introduction. 1140 II. Political Power of the New Immigrants. 1149 A. Immigrants Past and Present. 1150 1. Limitations on noncitizen influence. 1153 2. The vocal, sometimes successful, minority. 1158 B. The New Nativism and Its Impact. 1162 C. Political Failure and Haitian Repatriation. 1175 D. Preliminary Observations....
||Out of a Far Country: the Sojourns of Cubans, Vietnamese, Haitians, and Chinese to America
||20 Southern University Law Review 295 (Fall, 1993)
||The United States is a nation of immigrants and refugees. The founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson and others did ... create a civic culture which made it possible for the United States to make Americans out of people from vastly different cultural and religious backgrounds unlike any other country. Therefore, some writers contend that American...
|Kevin R. Johnson
||Responding to the "Litigation Explosion": the Plain Meaning of Executive Branch Primacy over Immigration
||71 North Carolina Law Review 413 (January, 1993)
||In the October 1991 Term, the United States Supreme Court handed down an unprecedented four immigration decisions. In all four, the Court decided in favor of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. In this Article, Professor Kevin R. Johnson explains and analyzes these recent decisions and considers their implications for future immigration...
|Reginald Leamon Robinson
||The Other Against Itself: Deconstructing the Violent Discourse Between Korean and African Americans
||67 Southern California Law Review 15 (November, 1993)
||I. INTRODUCTION. 17 II. THE KOREAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES: THE LEGAL NARRATIVE OF RACIAL INJUSTICE AND ECONOMIC INEQUALITY. 35 A. The African American Community: White Supremacy As National Policy. 41 1. The Antebellum Era. 42 2. The Post-Bellum Era. 44 B. The Asian American Community: Independence over Struggles Against Racism. 57 III....
|Walter P. Jacob
||Diversity Visas: Muddled Thinking and Pork Barrel Politics
||6 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 297 (June, 1992)
||Because Congress is held to have plenary power to exclude aliens from the United States, efforts to eliminate discrimination from this nation's immigration policy tend to rely on basic notions of fairness rather than on the legal rights of aliens. Supporters of the 1965 amendments to the Immigration and Nationality Act employed such a fairness...
|Michael G. Bersani
||Flores V. Meese: Playing Hide and Seek with the Right to Physical Freedom-children Teach the Ins the Abc's of Due Process
||43 Syracuse Law Review 867 (1992)
||When overzealous government policies make victims of vulnerable segments of society, it is not unusual for alarms to sound in the halls of organizations that champion civil liberties. But when such policies target children, a sensitive nerve is struck in all of us. The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) should not have been surprised,...
|Bettina M. Fernandez
||Hiv Exclusion of Immigrants under the Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986
||5 La Raza Law Journal 65 (Spring, 1992)
||C1-3TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION. 67 II. RELEVANCY. 70 III. THE SETTING. 73 A. Historical U.S. Exclusion of Aliens. 73 B. Historical Treatment of U.S. Citizens with AIDS. 74 IV. LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK. 76 A. Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA). 76 1. General IRCA Provisions. 76 2. General Legalization. 77 B. The HIV Amendment (The...