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Claire E. Remillard TELEHEALTH IS HERE TO STAY: WHY MEDICAID SHOULD PERMANENTLY REQUIRE STATES TO OFFER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES THROUGH TELEHEALTH 23 Journal of High Technology Law 363 (2023) A troublesome image: a global pandemic threatening the health of you and your loved ones, an over-crowded apartment with stir-crazy children, bills piling up, the peak of stressful family dynamics, job and income insecurity. For many Americans, this scenario was reality during the COVID-19 pandemic. Navigating everyday life during an ever-evolving... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Noah C. Nix TEXTBOOK RESISTANCE: TEXAS' BAN ON CRITICAL RACE THEORY FAILS THE EDUCATION STANDARDS MANDATED BY INTERNATIONAL LAW 51 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 765 (2023) C1-2Table of Contents I. Introduction. 767 II. The New Texas Education Code Provisions in the Midst of an American Racial Reawakening and the Consequent Debate Over the Teaching of Critical Race Theory. 770 A. The New Texas Education Code Provision: Texas Education Code 28.0022, Certain Instructional Requirements and Prohibitions, Effective... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Etienne C. Toussaint THE ABOLITION OF FOOD OPPRESSION 111 Georgetown Law Journal 1043 (May, 2023) Public health experts trace the heightened risk of mortality from COVID-19 among historically marginalized populations to their high rates of diabetes, asthma, and hypertension, among other diet-related comorbidities. However, food justice activists call attention to structural oppression in global food systems, perhaps best illuminated by the... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Verónica C. Gonzales-Zamora THE COVID CEILING 39 Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review 105 (2023) Throughout the pandemic, Mother-Scholars, one of many types of super-moms, have persisted despite the burdens of gender inequity in academia and the challenges of bearing the bulk of the domestic duties at home. The deep networks of help and social capital, referred to as familismo in Latina/x/o parenting discourse, that have historically helped... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Paul J. Larkin , GianCarlo Canaparo THE FALLACY OF SYSTEMIC RACISM IN THE AMERICAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 18 Liberty University Law Review 1 (Fall, 2023) Critics of the criminal justice system have repeatedly charged it with systemic racism. It is a tenet of the war on the War on Drugs, it is a justification used by the so-called progressive prosecutors to reject the Broken Windows theory of law enforcement, and it is an article of faith of the Defund the Police! movement. Even President... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Rosa Celorio THE KALEIDOSCOPE OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN RIGHTS: THE PROMISE OF INTERNATIONAL LITIGATION FOR WOMEN, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, AND CHILDREN 13 Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 155 (Spring, 2023) Climate change has been identified as a global emergency, a major international development issue, and a priority concern by many international and national entities. Women, Indigenous peoples, and children are some of the individuals and groups most affected by the adverse impacts of climate change. The author contends in this article that... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Roma Sharma , Tienne Anderson , Crowell & Moring, Washington, DC, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Inc., Memphis, TN THE PROMISE AND PERIL OF ADVANCING HEALTH EQUITY THROUGH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 35 Health Lawyer 23 (August, 2023) Today, whether a child survives cancer depends, in large part, on where that child lives. Children with cancer in high-income countries (HIC) have an over 80% chance of survival. That rate is flipped for children in lower- and middle-income countries (LMIC), where children with cancer have an 80% chance of mortality. This statistic is especially... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Paul Diller TRAINING A PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS LENS ON VACCINE PASSPORTS 27 Lewis & Clark Law Review 523 (2023) The Covid pandemic and the rise of smartphone technology enabled the use of vaccine passports--that is, a requirement to show proof of vaccination against Covid--on a scale unmatched before in human history. In the United States, many public accommodations such as restaurants, coffee shops, stadiums, and movie theaters required patrons to show... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Lindsay Sain Jones , Goldburn P. Maynard, Jr. UNFULFILLED PROMISES OF THE FINTECH REVOLUTION 111 California Law Review 801 (June, 2023) While financial technology (fintech) has the potential to make financial services more accessible and affordable, hope that technology alone can solve the complex issue of wealth inequality is misplaced. After all, fintech companies are still subject to the same market forces as traditional financial institutions, with little incentive to address... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Pamela S. Kohlmeier, MD, JD, Monique M. Trammell, JD, David Line, PhD, MPH, MSW VACCINE MANDATES IN THE COVID-19 ERA: A SURVEY OF VACCINE LAWS, SOCIETAL TRENDS, AND ETHICS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC 59 Idaho Law Review 581 (2023) C1-2TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION. 582 A. The COVID-19 Vaccines. 582 B. Hesitancy and Reluctance to Vaccinate Against COVID-19. 583 C. The Impacts of Remaining Unvaccinated Against COVID-19. 586 D. Vaccine Mandates: A Solution to COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy. 589 II. VACCINE MANDATES AND THE CURRENT LEGAL LANDSCAPE. 590 A. Challenges to Federal... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Catherine Powell WAR ON COVID: WARFARE AND ITS DISCONTENTS 70 UCLA Law Review Discourse 2 (2023) L1-2TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. 4 I. Wartime Framework: Presidential Overreach and Underreach. 10 A. Presidential Rhetoric: Using a War Framing for the COVID-19 Crisis. 10 B. Presidential Power and Legal Authority. 12 C. Executive Underreach and Overreach. 14 D. Executive Underreach and Overreach during the Trump Administration. 15 E. Executive... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Samantha Newman WHAT A WASTE! AN EVALUATION OF FEDERAL AND STATE MEDICAL AND BIOHAZARD WASTE REGULATIONS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THEIR IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE 34 Villanova Environmental Law Journal 57 (2023) Scientists first reported the novel human coronavirus (COVID-19) disease in late 2019. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic, meaning it is a disease that is prevalent across the globe. COVID-19 is one of only five documented pandemics since the 1918 flu. Understanding the COVID-19 virus and its global... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Charisa Smith WHEN COVID CAPITALISM SILENCES CHILDREN 71 University of Kansas Law Review 553 (May, 2023) The lingering COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in policy developments that mar child and family wellbeing while effectively suppressing U.S. children in civic life. Although the prevailing framework for child-parent-state conflicts already antagonized families and disenfranchised youth, COVID Capitalism threatens to silence children on virtually... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Deborah M. Weissman WHO NEEDS THE STATE?: WE DO (MAYBE) 101 North Carolina Law Review 1261 (June, 2023) The interdependency between private needs and public support is nowhere set in as sharp relief than in the relationship between the family and the State. Families, perhaps the most intimate of all social arrangements, depend upon government safety net guarantees to families in need. But the norm of State support to families is a condition that... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Logan K. Jackson WILLFUL DISREGARD: HOW IGNORING STRUCTURAL RACISM IN MATERNAL MORTALITY HAS LED BLACK WOMEN TO BECOME INVISIBLE IN THEIR OWN CRISIS 38 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 131 (2023) Indeed, in important respects, if the general discourse that surrounds racial disparities in maternal mortality is impoverished, then we should expect that the solutions that observers propose to this problem will be impoverished as well. Introduction. 132 I. The Historical Legacy of Slavery on Black Women's Reproductive Health and Autonomy. 134 A.... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Lydia Davenport WOULD JUSTICE SCALIA THINK BLACK GUNS MATTER? 47 New York University Review of Law and Social Change 1 (2023) Do Black Guns Matter? This Article considers what Justice Scalia's opinion in District of Columbia v. Heller tells us about how the law treats Black gun owners' rights. The opinion appears to tell two stories. One elevates white gun holders through three white paradigms: the colonial revolutionary, the frontiersman, and the hunter. The second... 2023 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  § 11:8. Freedom of expression-Speech Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation § 11:8 (2022) Freedom of speech has long been considered fundamental, enjoying explicit First Amendment protection, and the Constitution prohibits discrimination based on what one says, the identity of the speaker, what organization one belongs to, or one's political activities. Discrimination based on the message one sends violates the First Amendment and the... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  § 3:15. Discretionary administrative system Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation § 3:15 (2022) A scheme to select candidates based on subjective personal interviews and feelings rather than objective criteria would satisfy the requirement of a device with a potential for abuse that when accompanying disproportionate impact will permit an inference of purposefulness. The focus, typically in criminal prosecution challenges, is on the... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  § 4:16. Government classification Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation § 4:16 (2022) Legislatures make a myriad of distinctions based upon narrowly distinguishable similarly situated entities. Age classifications are a typical example, where a line is simply drawn at an arbitrary dividing point, such as first-grade school attendance at age six, court admissibility of statements by children under age 12, the placement of... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  § 4:18. Health legislation Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation § 4:18 (2022) Government classifications established in setting health standards or seeking to protect the public health, as in the case of vaccination, quarantine or inspection laws, anti-smoking rules, COVID-19 pandemic emergency orders, and rules designed to reduce health costs or extend health care benefits, are accorded maximum deference under the rational... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  § 5:4. Race-Discriminatory application of law Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation § 5:4 (2022) The most celebrated equal protection violation cases in recent years have been those challenging the discriminatory impact of facially neutral laws. The problems of proof of such discrimination are discussed in § 3:4, supra. Although laws with such disparate impact are often invalidated under statutory standards, most constitutional challenges are... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  § 8:4. Disabled persons Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation § 8:4 (2022) Although the disabled have received extensive, albeit belated, attention by legislatures in the areas of employment, education, housing, physical access, and other forms of bias, the Court has failed to provide heightened scrutiny for discrimination suffered. Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, employees are entitled to 12 weeks of unpaid leave... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  § 9:4. Religion Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation § 9:4 (2022) Religion-based discrimination is rarely challenged under the equal protection clause. Typically, government action interfering with religious practices had been reviewed under the free exercise clause of the First Amendment and historically accorded strict scrutiny requiring a compelling state interest for any coercion as to or interference with... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 68,472 FEDERAL EFFORTS TO PROVIDE VACCINES TO RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS Medicare and Medicaid Guide P 68472 (2022) ¶ 68,472. GAO Report, No. GAO-22-105079, February 7, 2022. February 2022 GAO-22-105079 Highlights of GAO-22-105079, a report to congressional committees COVID-19 continues to have devastating effects on public health, serious economic repercussions, and has disproportionately affected some racial and ethnic groups. Ensuring all racial and ethnic... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 68,472 FEDERAL EFFORTS TO PROVIDE VACCINES TO RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS Medicare and Medicaid Guide P 68472 (2022) ¶ 68,472. GAO Report, No. GAO-22-105079, February 7, 2022. February 2022 GAO-22-105079 Highlights of GAO-22-105079, a report to congressional committees COVID-19 continues to have devastating effects on public health, serious economic repercussions, and has disproportionately affected some racial and ethnic groups. Ensuring all racial and ethnic... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  ¶ 68,472 GAO REPORT, GAO-22-105079, FEBRUARY 7, 2022 - FEDERAL EFFORTS TO PROVIDE VACCINES TO RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS Medicare and Medicaid Guide P 68472 (2022) February 2022 GAO-22-105079 Highlights of GAO-22-105079, a report to congressional committees COVID-19 continues to have devastating effects on public health, serious economic repercussions, and has disproportionately affected some racial and ethnic groups. Ensuring all racial and ethnic groups have fair access to the COVID-19 vaccine is critical... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Grayson (A), Arambula (A) , Boerner Horvath (A) , Flora (A) , Cristina Garcia (A) , Reyes (A) , Santiago (A) , Waldron (A) , Akilah Weber (A) 2021 CA A.C.R. 112 (NS) 2021 California Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112, California 2021-2022 Regular Session (3-Jan-22) SUMMARY: Relative to Positive Parenting Awareness Month. CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE--2021-22 REGULAR SESSION Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112 Introduced by Assembly Member Grayson (Coauthors: Assembly Members Arambula, Boerner Horvath, Flora, Cristina Garcia, Reyes, Santiago, Waldron, and Akilah Weber) January 3, 2022 Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112--Relative to Positive Parenting Awareness Month. LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST ACR 112, as introduced, Grayson. Positive Parenting Awareness Month. This measure would declare the month of January 2022 as Positive Parenting Awareness Month.... 2022 Legislation (Proposed & Enacted)
Grayson (A), Aguiar-Curry (A) , Arambula (A) , Bauer-Kahan (A) , Bennett (A) , Berman (A) , Bigelow (A) , Bloom (A) , Boerner Horvath (A) , Mia Bonta (A) , Bryan (A) , Burke (A) , Calderon (A) , Cervantes (A) , Cooley (A) , Cunningham (A) , Megan Dahle (A 2021 CA A.C.R. 112 (NS) 2021 California Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112, California 2021-2022 Regular Session (15-Feb-22) SUMMARY: Relative to Positive Parenting Awareness Month. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112 Adopted in Assembly January 18, 2022 __________________________________ Chief Clerk of the Assembly Adopted in Senate February 14, 2022 __________________________________ Secretary of the Senate This resolution was received by the Secretary of State this _____ day of ______________, 2022, at _____ o'clock ___M. __________________________________ Deputy Secretary of State RESOLUTION CHAPTER ________ Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112--Relative to Positive Parenting Awareness Month. LEGISLATIVE... 2022 Legislation (Proposed & Enacted)
Grayson (A), Aguiar-Curry (A) , Arambula (A) , Bauer-Kahan (A) , Bennett (A) , Berman (A) , Bigelow (A) , Bloom (A) , Boerner Horvath (A) , Mia Bonta (A) , Bryan (A) , Burke (A) , Calderon (A) , Cervantes (A) , Cooley (A) , Cunningham (A) , Megan Dahle (A 2021 CA A.C.R. 112 (NS) 2021 California Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112, California 2021-2022 Regular Session (22-Feb-22) SUMMARY: Relative to Positive Parenting Awareness Month. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112 RESOLUTION CHAPTER 12 Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 112--Relative to Positive Parenting Awareness Month. [Filed with Secretary of State February 22, 2022.] LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST ACR 112, Grayson. Positive Parenting Awareness Month. This measure would declare the month of January 2022 as Positive Parenting Awareness Month. WHEREAS, Raising children and youth in California to become healthy, confident, capable individuals is the most important job parents and caregivers have as their... 2022 Legislation (Proposed & Enacted)
Printed As Amended 2021 MA H.B. 5034 (NS) 2021 Massachusetts House Bill No. 5034, The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (15-Jul-22) SUMMARY: An Act relating to economic growth and relief for the commonwealth SECTION 1. The sums set forth in sections 2 and 2A are hereby appropriated from the federal COVID-19 response fund established in section 2JJJJJ of chapter 29 of the General Laws and the General Fund for the several purposes and subject to the conditions specified in this act, and subject to the laws regulating the disbursement of public funds for the fiscal year in which the sums are disbursed. These sums shall be in addition to any amounts previously appropriated and made available for the purposes of those items.... 2022 Legislation (Proposed & Enacted)
Conference Committee 2021 MA H.B. 5374 (NS) 2021 Massachusetts House Bill No. 5374, The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (3-Nov-22) SUMMARY: An Act relating to economic growth and relief for the Commonwealth SECTION 1. To provide for supplementing certain items in the general appropriation act and other appropriation acts for fiscal year 2022, the sums set forth in section 2 are hereby appropriated from the General Fund unless specifically designated otherwise in this act or in those appropriation acts, for the several purposes and subject to the conditions specified in this act or in those appropriation acts, and subject to the laws regulating the disbursement of public funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022.... 2022 Legislation (Proposed & Enacted)
Conference Committee 2021 MA H.B. 5374 (NS) 2021 Massachusetts House Bill No. 5374, The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (10-Nov-22) SUMMARY: An Act relating to economic growth and relief for the Commonwealth Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purposes, which are to forthwith direct the expenditure of certain federal funds and to make certain changes in law, each of which is immediately necessary to carry out those appropriations or to accomplish other important public purposes, relating to economic growth and relief for the commonwealth, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience. Be it enacted by the Senate... 2022 Legislation (Proposed & Enacted)
Tom I. Romero, II A BROWN BUFFALO'S OBSERVATIONS ON COLOR (BLINDNESS), LEGAL HISTORY, AND RACIAL JUSTICE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN WEST 2022 Utah Law Review 751 (2022) Close your eyes and join me on a quintessential American road trip driving west along I-70. As our car hurtles through the corn and wheat fields of western Kansas at over eighty miles an hour, we imperceptibly are gaining altitude. As we cross the 100th meridian, the air becomes drier, the land more barren. Suddenly, a giant brown sign emerges on... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  AGENDA RELEASED FOR FEBRUARY 23, 2022 VIRTUAL MEETING OF THE COMMUNICATIONS EQUITY AND DIVERSITY COUNCIL DA22-164 (16-Feb-22)   2022 Administrative Decisions & Guidance
Peter H. Huang ANTI-ASIAN AMERICAN RACISM, COVID-19, RACISM CONTESTED, HUMOR, AND EMPATHY 16 FIU Law Review 669 (Spring, 2022) This Article analyzes the history of anti-Asian American racism. This Article considers how anger, fear, and hatred over COVID-19 fueled the increase of anti-Asian American racism. This Article introduces the phrase, racism contested, to describe an incident where some people view racism as clearly involved, while some people do not. This Article... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
  Association for Education Fairness v. Montgomery County Board of Education 8:20 --- F.Supp.3d ---- -CV-02540-PX, United States District Court, D. Maryland (29-Jul-22)   2022 Cases
  Brief of Massachusetts, California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Hawai'i, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Washington as Amici Curiae in Support of Appellees and Affirmance Nos. 21-1303, 22-1144. (9-Sep-22) As this Court recognized in Anderson ex rel. Dowd v. City of Boston, citing decades of precedent stretching back to Regents of University of California v. Bakke, 438 U.S. 265, 311-12... 2022 Briefs
  Brief of Massachusetts, California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Hawai'I, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Washington as Amici Curiae in Support of Appellees and Affirmance Nos. 22-1144, 21-1303. (9-Sep-22) Massachusetts, California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Hawai'i, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and... 2022 Briefs
  Brief of Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, The District of Columbia, Hawai'i, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Washington as Amici C No. 22-2493. (22-Dec-22) Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Hawai'i, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico,... 2022 Briefs
  Brief of National Medical Association, American Medical Association, Medical Society of the State of New York, American College of Physicians, American Public Health Association, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law, Infectious Diseases Society o No. 22-622. (23-Jun-22) National Medical Association is a non-profit entity and has no parent corporation. No publicly owned corporation owns 10% or more of the stock of NMA. American Medical Association is a... 2022 Briefs
  Brief of National Medical Association, American Medical Association, Medical Society of the State of New York, American College of Physicians, American Public Health Association, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Infectious Diseases Society o No. 22-692. (28-Jun-22) National Medical Association is a non-profit entity and has no parent corporation. No publicly owned corporation owns 10% or more of the stock of NMA. American Medical Association is a... 2022 Briefs
  Brief of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, Women's Basketball Coaches Association, Geno Auriemma, Michael Krzyzewski, Nolan Richardson, Bill Self, Tara Vanderveer, Roy Williams, and 342 Additional Current or Former College Head Basketball Co Nos. 20-1199, 21-707. (1-Aug-22) August 1, 2022 FN1. All parties have consented to the filing of this brief. No counsel for any party authored this brief in whole or in part, and no party, counsel, or person other than... 2022 Briefs
  City Defendant's Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Plaintiffs' Motion for an Order for a Preliminary Injunction No. 1:22-CV-00710 (NGG). (25-Feb-22) Defendant, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH or City) by its attorney, GEORGIA M. PESTANA, Corporation Counsel of the City of New York, submits this... 2022 Trial Court Documents
  Complaint for Damages No. 2:22CV01763. (6-May-22) (1) Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress; (2) Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress; (3) Violation of 42 U.S.C. Section 1985(3) Plaintiff, GUANJUN LIANG, brings this action... 2022 Trial Court Documents
  Defendant's Sentencing Memorandum No. 3:19-cr-144 (VLB). (25-Mar-22) The defendant, Marvin Lloyd, respectfully submits this memorandum as an aid to the Court in his sentencing, which is presently scheduled for April 7, 2022. Mr. Lloyd was arrested at his... 2022 Trial Court Documents
Lisa Grow, Brigham Daniels, Doug Spencer, Chantel Sloan, Natalie Blades, M. Teresa Gómez, Sarah R. Christensen DISASTER VULNERABILITY 63 Boston College Law Review 957 (March, 2022) Introduction. 959 I. Background on Disaster Vulnerability. 962 A. Understanding Disaster Vulnerability Scholarship. 963 B. The Ethical and Practical Case for Focusing on Vulnerability. 967 II. Geographic Vulnerability and Our COVID-19 Vulnerability Index. 973 A. Constructing Our COVID-19 Vulnerability Index. 974 B. Applying Our Vulnerability Risk... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Jonathan Kahn, JD, PhD DIVERSITY'S PANDEMIC DISTRACTIONS 32 Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine 149 (2022) Pandemic diseases have a nasty history of racialization. COVID-19 is no exception. Beyond the obvious racist invocations of the China virus or the Wuhan Flu are subtler racializing dynamics that are often veiled in more benign motives but are nonetheless deeply problematic. The racialization of COVID-19 proceeded along two distinct trajectories... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Govind Persad EQUAL PROTECTION AND SCARCE THERAPIES: THE ROLE OF RACE, SEX, AND OTHER PROTECTED CLASSIFICATIONS 75 SMU Law Review Forum 226 (May, 2022) The allocation of scarce medical treatments, such as antivirals and antibody therapies for COVID-19 patients, has important legal dimensions. This Essay examines a currently debated issue: how will courts view the consideration of characteristics shielded by equal protection law, such as race, sex, age, health, and even vaccination status, in... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Sherley E. Cruz ESSENTIALLY UNPROTECTED 96 Tulane Law Review 637 (April, 2022) Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. --Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American public has relied on essential low-wage workers to provide... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
Patrice Ruane FROM PIN MONEY WORKERS TO ESSENTIAL WORKERS: LESSONS ABOUT WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT AND THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC FROM THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND THE GREAT RECESSION 29 UCLA Journal of Gender & Law 335 (Summer, 2022) C1-2Table of Contents Introduction. 336 I. The Great Depression. 342 A. Characteristics of the Women's Workforce Before the Great Depression. 343 1. The Image of Working Women. 344 2. Wage and Hour Legislation for Women Before the Great Depression. 348 B. The Employment Landscape During the Great Depression. 354 C. Federal Policy Responses. 357 1.... 2022 Law Review Articles and Other Secondary Sources
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