AuthorTitleCitationSummaryYearKey Terms in Title or Summary
Solangel Maldonado DEADBEAT OR DEADBROKE: REDEFINING CHILD SUPPORT FOR POOR FATHERS 39 U.C. Davis Law Review 991 (March, 2006) C1-3Table of Contents L1-2Introduction . R3993. I. Fathers Matter. 996 II. Nonresident Fathers' Contributions. 1000 A. Child Support. 1000 B. Nonfinancial Contributions. 1004 III. Redefining Child Support. 1008 A. Dominant v. Community Norms. 1008 B. Involved Fathering. 1012 L1-2Conclusion . R31022. 2006 Yes
George Rutherglen DISPARATE IMPACT, DISCRIMINATION, AND THE ESSENTIALLY CONTESTED CONCEPT OF EQUALITY 74 Fordham Law Review 2313 (March, 2006) [T]he line between discriminatory purpose and discriminatory impact is not nearly as bright, and perhaps not quite as critical, as the reader of the Court's opinion might assume. In this single sentence, Justice John Paul Stevens suggests all of the problems with the uneasy distinction between disparate impact and discriminatory purpose under the... 2006 Yes
David Barnard LAW, NARRATIVE, AND THE CONTINUING COLONIALIST OPPRESSION OF NATIVE HAWAIIANS 16 Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review 1 (Fall 2006) The article does three things. First, and for the first time, it brings to bear the perspectives of critical race theory, postcolonial theory, and narrative theory on the U.S. Supreme Court's 2000 decision in Rice v. Cayetano, which dealt a severe blow to Native Hawaiians' struggles for redress and reparations for a century of dispossession and... 2006 Yes
Evan Caminker POST-ADMISSIONS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING IN A POST-GRUTTER WORLD: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR BROWN 43 Houston Law Review 37 (Symposium 2006) I. Introduction. 37 II. The Need to Address Second-Generation Issues. 39 III. Rationales Behind Affirmative Action. 42 IV. Affirmative Action Rationales and Second-Generation Arguments. 44 A. Full Participation in Law School. 44 B. Improving Minority Academic Performance. 46 C. Introducing Critical Race Theory into Law Schools. 47 V. Conclusion. 54... 2006 Yes
George H. Taylor RACE, RELIGION, AND LAW: THE TENSION BETWEEN SPIRIT AND ITS INSTITUTIONALIZATION 6 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 51 (Spring 2006) My reflections flow from the following recent comment by the critical race scholar Derrick Bell: In my writing, I have focused on the economic, political, and cultural dimensions of racism, suggesting its permanence because of the social stability it provides in a system that contains great disparities in income and wealth. . . . But I want to... 2006 Yes
Robert F. Castro, California State University at Fullerton RACIAL CULTURE: A CRITIQUE RICHARD T. FORD (PRINCETON: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2005) 29 PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 331 (November, 2006) Ford has written a bold and provocative book in Racial Culture: A Critique. He artfully uses humor, personal narratives, and legal analysis to challenge the foundation of difference discourse and, in the process, pushes critical race theorists and champions of multiculturalism to defend inconsistencies that Professor Ford interprets as... 2006 Yes
L. Darnell Weeden RAISING THE BAR IN THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DEBATE: A PRAGMATIC COMMENT ON PROFESSOR RICHARD H. SANDER'S SYSTEMIC ANALYSIS OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN AMERICAN LAW SCHOOLS ARTICLE 15 Southern California Review of Law & Social Justice 195 (Spring 2006) Professor Richard H. Sander's article, A Systemic Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools, is essential reading for anyone involved with, or possessing an opinion about, the issue of race-based affirmative action in higher education and the positive or negative impact racial diversity in the law school admissions process may have on... 2006 Yes
Verna L. Williams READING, WRITING, AND REPARATIONS: SYSTEMIC REFORM OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS AS A MATTER OF JUSTICE 11 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 419 (Spring 2006) INTRODUCTION. 420 I. Reparations Theory: Performing Critical Race Theory and Praxis. 428 A. Contextualizing Race and Racism. 429 B. Promoting Systemic Change. 430 C. Extending Beyond a Binary Approach to Race. 432 II. Assessing The Brown Fund Act as a Reparative Measure. 435 A. Prince Edward County: Beyond Massive Resistance. 437 B. Putting the... 2006 Yes
Emily M.S. Houh STILL, AT THE MARGINS 40 Law and Society Review 481 (June, 2006) Austin Sarat, ed., The Social Organization of Law: Introductory Readings. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Co., 2004. 596 pp. $65.95 paper. In one of many traditions of critical race scholarship, this review opens with a first-person narrative. When I was asked to review Austin Sarat's new compilation of introductory readings on law and society at... 2006 Yes
Dorothy A. Brown TAKING GRUTTER SERIOUSLY: GETTING BEYOND THE NUMBERS 43 Houston Law Review 1 (Symposium 2006) I. Introduction. 2 II. The Grutter Decision. 5 III. Making Diversity Work. 16 A. Diversity Work. 16 1. Structural Diversity. 16 2. Classroom Diversity. 17 3. Informal Interactional Diversity. 20 B. Diversity: Unemployed. 21 IV. Critical Race Theory and the Law School Curriculum. 27 V. Conclusion. 34 [T]he educational benefits that diversity is... 2006 Yes
Robert S. Chang , Adrienne D. Davis THE ADVENTURE(S) OF BLACKNESS IN WESTERN CULTURE: AN EPISTOLARY EXCHANGE ON OLD AND NEW IDENTITY WARS 39 U.C. Davis Law Review 1189 (March, 2006) Through a series of letters, Professors Robert Chang and Adrienne Davis examine the politics of positionality in law and literary criticism. They use the scholarly debates and conversations around Critical Race Theory and feminist legal theory as a starting point to formulate some thoughts about Critical Race Feminism (CRF) and its future. The... 2006 Yes
Amit Patel THE ORTHODOXY OPENING PREDICAMENT: THE CRUMBLING WALL OF SEPARATION BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE 83 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 195 (Spring 2006) In one of the more audacious contributions to the critical race theory literature, Derrick Bell posited that Brown v. Board of Education and other breakthrough civil rights cases came about, not so much from moral epiphanies or evolving standards of decency, but from simple interest convergence. When the Supreme Court ruled in 1954 that school... 2006 Yes
Athena D. Mutua THE RISE, DEVELOPMENT AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY AND RELATED SCHOLARSHIP 84 Denver University Law Review 329 (2006) Introduction 330 I. Overview. 333 II. Intellectual Antecedents. 340 III. Conflict as an Engine of CRT Intellectual and Institutional Growth. 345 A. Alternative Course: Confronting Colorblindness. 346 B. Conflict with CLS: The African American Experience as an Analytical and Methodological Framework. 347 C. Internal Conflict within the CRT Workshop:... 2006 Yes
Dean Rex R. Perschbacher WELCOMING REMARKS: "THE FUTURE OF CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM" 39 U.C. Davis Law Review 729 (March, 2006) Good morning everyone. Distinguished panelists, guests, and friends of King Hall, on behalf of the faculty, students, and staff of the UC Davis School of Law, thank you for coming and welcome to this symposium on The Future of Critical Race Feminism, jointly sponsored by the U.C. Davis Law Review, the Consortium for Women and Research, and the... 2006 Yes
Deleso Alford Washington "EVERY SHUT EYE, AIN'T SLEEP": EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF CRACK COCAINE SENTENCING AND THE ILLUSION OF REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS FOR BLACK WOMEN FROM A CRITICAL RACE FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE 13 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 123 (2005) Introduction. 124 I. Black Women Standing at the Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender. 125 A. Critical Race Feminist Perspective. 126 B. Her-storical Lens. 126 II. Crack Cocaine Sentencing of Black Mothers and its Intergenerational Impact. 126 Conclusion. 126 2005 Yes
Annelise Riles A NEW AGENDA FOR THE CULTURAL STUDY OF LAW: TAKING ON THE TECHNICALITIES 53 Buffalo Law Review 973 (Summer 2005) The legal academy currently consists of roughly two groups, two kinds of scholars, two sets of questions and concerns. On the one hand are the constitutional theorists, the legal historians, the law and society scholars, the jurisprudes and legal philosophers, the literary theorists, the feminists, the anthropologists, the critical race scholars.... 2005 Yes
Anthony Paul Farley ACCUMULATION 11 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 51 (Fall 2005) Anthony Farley brings a focus on class back to Critical Race Theory by exploring the intersection of race and class as a singular concept that finds its creation in the marking of difference through the primal scene of accumulation. Professor Farley's Essay contends that the rule of law is the endless unfolding of that primal scene of accumulation.... 2005 Yes
Mitchell F. Crusto BLACKNESS AS PROPERTY: SEX, RACE, STATUS, AND WEALTH 1 Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties 51 (April, 2005) Using Critical Race Theory and legal history, this Article searches the roots of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's rationale in Grutter v. Bollinger. It critically views Grutter as an anti-affirmative action case, contrary to popular belief, and uses Professor's Derrick Bell's interest-convergence principle to explain the law's regulation of... 2005 Yes
Ellis Washington BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION: RIGHT RESULT, WRONG REASONING 56 Mercer Law Review 715 (Winter 2005) The genesis of this Article was originally conceived as a letter to a journalist in response to an article I had read in the Detroit News titled, Judge Damon Keith, governor hosts fund raiser on Saturday. I also heard about this event while listening to National Public Radio that same day, and I planned on attending because Judge Keith is a great... 2005 Yes
Vanita Gupta CRITICAL RACE LAWYERING IN TULIA, TEXAS 73 Fordham Law Review 2055 (April, 2005) This election week has been demoralizing for anyone who cares about racial justice. With an increasingly conservative and activist bench, one that is likely to become more so over the next four years, both at the level of the federal appeals courts and the United States Supreme Court, it is hard to imagine how we are going to fight for racial... 2005 Yes
Imani Perry CULTURAL STUDIES, CRITICAL RACE THEORY AND SOME REFLECTIONS ON METHODS 50 Villanova Law Review 915 (2005) FOR scholars, method is paramount. Outside of choosing the subject of inquiry, how one asks the question and pursues the answer are perhaps the two greatest choices to be made. Before I was a legal academic, I was a student and scholar of cultural studies. Because I was trained by professors educated in the Birmingham School, the tastes, politics,... 2005 Yes
Barbara Ann White ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY AND THE PARAMETERS OF FAIRNESS: A MARRIAGE OF MARKETPLACE MORALS AND THE ETHIC OF CARE 15 Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 1 (Fall 2005) Thus far [Law and Economics and Critical Legal Theories] have been either hostile or oblivious toward one another . . . The promise of a new, comprehensive approach to legal scholarship . . . lies in the possibility that these two movements could develop a unified scholarly discourse. INTRODUCTION. 2 I. HARMFUL BUSINESS CONDUCT. 7 A. Mainstream... 2005 Yes
Rebecca Tsosie ENGAGING THE SPIRIT OF RACIAL HEALING WITHIN CRITICAL RACE THEORY: AN EXERCISE IN TRANSFORMATIVE THOUGHT 11 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 21 (Fall 2005) INTRODUCTION. 21 I. Understanding CRT as a Vehicle for Transformative Thought. 22 II. The Relationship of Justice to the Law. 27 III. The Native Hawaiian Case. 29 A. Historical Background. 30 B. Contemporary Politics. 33 IV. Racial Healing and the Role of Transformational Thought. 39 CONCLUSION. 47 2005 Yes
Sheila R. Foster FOREWORD 73 Fordham Law Review 2027 (April, 2005) Two years ago, a group of Fordham law students approached some of my colleagues and I inquiring why there was not a course on critical race theory (CRT) listed in the Spring schedule of classes. The students were ethnically and racially varied, but all had either previously been exposed to CRT or possessed a deep curiosity about what it might... 2005 Yes
Christine Zuni Cruz FOUR QUESTIONS ON CRITICAL RACE PRAXIS: LESSONS FROM TWO YOUNG LIVES IN INDIAN COUNTRY 73 Fordham Law Review 2133 (April, 2005) The Critical Race Lawyering Symposium in New York City brings me from Albuquerque, New Mexico. As I travel the day before the symposium, I reflect on the amount of time it will take. I leave Albuquerque at 8:23 a.m. and I am scheduled to arrive in New York City at 4:05 p.m., via Chicago. Given the two-hour time difference between the East Coast and... 2005 Yes
Megan K. Whyte FROM DISCOURSE TO STRUGGLE: A NEW DIRECTION IN CRITICAL RACE THEORY 11 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 1 (Fall 2005) In 2003, Richard Delgado ignited a firestorm when he published a controversial book review critiquing the current direction of critical race theory. He charged that critical race theory has moved from its realist beginnings-- tackling issues such as interest convergence, the Supreme Court's role in legitimizing racial discrimination, and the... 2005 Yes
E. San Juan, Jr. FROM RACE TO CLASS STRUGGLE: RE-PROBLEMATIZING CRITICAL RACE THEORY 11 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 75 (Fall 2005) The misconstrual of class as a theoretical and analytic concept for defining group or individual identity has led, especially during the Cold War period, to its confusion with status, life-style, and other ideological contingencies. This has vitiated the innovative attempt of CRT to link racism and class oppression. We need to reinstate the... 2005 Yes
Marie-Amélie George GENDERED CRIME, RACED JUSTICE: A CRITICAL RACE FEMINIST APPROACH TO FORENSIC DNA DATABANK EXPANSION 19 National Black Law Journal 78 (2005) Between 1997 and 2002, Mark Wayne Rathburn raped fourteen women in Long Beach, California. One of his victims was an elderly widow who was recovering from surgery. In 1994, a serial rapist in the Bronx began a five-year crime spree, during which he sexually assaulted fifty-one women. Both of these perpetrators had previously been arrested, and... 2005 Yes
Ernesto Chavez, University of Texas at El Paso IAN HANEY LOPEZ. RACISM ON TRIAL: THE CHICANO FIGHT FOR JUSTICE. CAMBRIDGE: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, BELKNAP PRESS, 2003. X, 324 PP. $16.95 47 American Journal of Legal History 443 (October, 2005) In Racism on Trial: The Chicano Fight for Justice, Ian Haney López peers through the prism of critical race theory to interpret the Chicano movement of the 1960s and 1970s. The first of the book's three parts examines the career of pioneer Chicano lawyer Oscar Acosta and his attempt to reveal the racist structure of the Los Angeles Superior Court... 2005 Yes
Dorothy A. Brown INTRODUCTION 12 Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice 1 (Fall, 2005) Much has been written concerning the Black/White Paradigm in Critical Race Theory (CRT). CRT analyzes how the law impacts people of color as a group-not as individuals. As Professor Devon Carbado has written, in America there is more than one race on the bottom. The bottom, in other words, is multiracial. American multiracialism complicates the... 2005 Yes
Angela P. Harris LOVE AND ARCHITECTURE: RACE, NATION, AND GENDER PERFORMANCES INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE STATE 52 Cleveland State Law Review 121 (2005) In her contribution to this Cluster, Of Desi, J. Lo and Color Matters: Law, Critical Race Theory and the Architecture of Race, Imani Perry adopts a spatial metaphor for exploring the interconnections among race, sex, color, nation, and language, suggesting that we think of race as an architecture. In her desire for a more complex language of... 2005 Yes
Imani Perry OF DESI, J. LO AND COLOR MATTERS: LAW, CRITICAL RACE THEORY THE ARCHITECTURE OF RACE 52 Cleveland State Law Review 139 (2005) I. The Architecture of Race. 142 II. Desi Arnaz, Colonialism and Colorism. 143 III. The Matrix. 151 2005 Yes
Margaret M. Russell REOPENING THE EMMETT TILL CASE: LESSONS AND CHALLENGES FOR CRITICAL RACE PRACTICE 73 Fordham Law Review 2101 (April, 2005) Oh, what sorrow, Pity, pain, That tears and blood Should mix like rain In Mississippi! And terror, fetid hot, Yet clammy cold Remain. On May 10, 2004, the United States Department of Justice and the Mississippi District Attorney's Office for the Fourth District announced the opening of a new investigation into the 1955 murder of Emmett Till. This... 2005 Yes
Cheryl I. Harris THE PROGRESSIVE CRITIQUE OF THE CURRENT SOCIO-LEGAL LANDSCAPE: CORPORATIONS AND RACIAL JUSTICE 4 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 261 (Fall/Winter 2005) I have the honor of serving as the director of the Critical Race Studies Concentration at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. Over the past decade in teaching, as well as in my prior life as an attorney, I have spent a lot of time thinking, writing, and talking about race. I have spent relatively little time thinking about the... 2005 Yes
Reginald Leamon Robinson THE SACRED WAY OF TIBETAN CRT KUNG FU: CAN RACE CRITS TEACH THE SHADOW'S MYSTICAL INSIGHT AND HELP LAW STUDENTS "KNOW" WHITE STRUCTURAL OPPRESSION IN THE HEART OF THE FIRST-YEAR CURRICULUM? A CRITICAL REJOINDER TO DOROTHY A. BROWN 10 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 355 (Spring 2005) INTRODUCTION. 356 I. Critical Race Theory: Teaching the Sacred Way of Tibetan CRT Kung Fu and Helping Law Students Know White Structural Oppression in the Heart of the First-Year Curriculum. 371 A. Teaching Mystical, Sacred Sight in CRT's Tibetan Temple--A Quasi-Parable. 371 B. Knowing the White Structural Oppression in the Heart of the... 2005 Yes
Mary Condon, Lisa Philipps TRANSNATIONAL MARKET GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC CITIZENSHIP: NEW FRONTIERS FOR FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY 28 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 105 (Fall, 2005) Many states have embraced, in various intensities, the dogma of neoliberalism, using it as the touchstone for policy prescriptions ranging from the sale of state assets, the removal or reduction of welfare benefits, or even more radical structural adjustment programs. In our earlier work, we have charted the gendered implications of such doctrines... 2005 Yes
Jerry Kang TROJAN HORSES OF RACE 118 Harvard Law Review 1489 (March, 2005) L1-5,T1Introduction. 1491 I. L2-5,T2Racial Mechanics. 1497 A. L3-5,T3Racial Schemas. 1498 1. L4-5,T4Schemas Generally. 1498 2. L4-5,T4Racial Schemas. 1499 3. L4-5,T4Automaticity. 1504 B. L3-5,T3Implicit Bias. 1506 1. L4-5,T4The Problem: Opacity. 1506 2. L4-5,T4The Solution: Measuring Speed. 1508 3. L4-5,T4The Results: Pervasive Implicit Bias. 1512... 2005 Yes
Carlo A. Pedrioli UNDER A CRITICAL RACE THEORY LENS 7 African-American Law and Policy Report 93 (2005) Altogether, school desegregation has been a story of conspicuous achievements, flawed by marked failures, the causes of which lie beyond the capacity of lawyers to correct (p. 223). With Brown v. Board of Education: A Civil Rights Milestone and Its Troubled Legacy, historian James T. Patterson anticipated the fiftieth anniversary of the U.S.... 2005 Yes
Bryan Adamson ALL FACTS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL 13 Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review 629 (Spring 2004) The [ ] argument . . . is that the decisions of this court are not grounded in principle and reasoned argument, but in power, and that the judges of this court manipulate and ignore the rules in order to advance political agendas. Little attention is paid to the procedure by which appellate courts determine, articulate, and apply standards of... 2004 Yes
Kellye Y. Testy CAPITALISM AND FREEDOM--FOR WHOM?: FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY AND PROGRESSIVE CORPORATE LAW 67-AUT Law and Contemporary Problems 87 (Autumn 2004) A widespread academic view is that the public corporation represents the natural selection of the fittest organizational adaption to the economies of scale, difficulties of agency costs, and problems of technology. . . . [T]he natural selection analogues are incomplete. . . . [P]olitics created the fragmented Berle-Means corporation . . . every bit... 2004 Yes
Marisa Marquez CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM: A READER, SECOND EDITION, EDITED BY ADRIEN KATHERINE WING. NEW YORK: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2003. 444PP. $70.00 CLOTH; $26.00 PAPER. 19 Berkeley Women's Law Journal 323 (2004) Among the objectives and achievements of the second edition of Critical Race Feminism: A Reader is its introduction of intersectionality and critical feminist scholarship to an unfamiliar audience. In her selection of articles, editor Adrien Katherine Wing seeks to give voice to minority women, whose experiences are generally overlooked by... 2004 Yes
Darren Lenard Hutchinson CRITICAL RACE HISTORIES: IN AND OUT 53 American University Law Review 1187 (August, 2004) I. Introduction 1188 II. CRT: An Intellectual History 1191 A.A Racial Intervention in CLS 1191 B.A Progressive Intervention in Civil Rights Discourse 1193 III. CRT: Internal and External Critiques 1196 A.Innovation in CRT: Reckoning with Internal Critiques 1197 1.Intersectionality: the race/gender critiques 1197 2.Multidimensionality: race, gender,... 2004 Yes
Patrick T. Currier FREEMAN v. STATE OF FLORIDA: COMPELLING STATE INTERESTS AND THE FREE EXERCISE OF RELIGION IN POST-SEPTEMBER 11TH COURTS 53 Catholic University Law Review 913 (Spring, 2004) The events of September 11th, 2001 changed the way America views its vulnerabilities, its enemies, and its place in the world. How Americans view each other after that tragic day is even more disturbing. Questioning loyalties, labeling strangers as terrorists, and targeting religious organizations as sympathetic al Qaeda supporters are only a few... 2004 Yes
Reginald Leamon Robinson HUMAN AGENCY, NEGATED SUBJECTIVITY, AND WHITE STRUCTURAL OPPRESSION: AN ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL RACE PRACTICE/PRAXIS 53 American University Law Review 1361 (August, 2004) Introduction. 1362 I. Critical Race Practice/Praxis: An Antisubordination Framework for Subtextual Victims of White Structural Oppression. 1370 A. Introduction. 1370 B. What is Critical Race Practice?. 1372 C. What is Critical Race Praxis?. 1374 1. Critical race praxis' definition. 1374 2. Critical race praxis' framework. 1375 a. The conceptual... 2004 Yes
Kevin R. Johnson ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN : "A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF RECENT WRITING ABOUT RACE" 82 Texas Law Review 717 (February, 2004) Richard Delgado, an influential civil rights scholar, has written foundational work on hate speech, storytelling in legal scholarship, and countless other areas of civil rights law. One of the founders of Critical Race Theory, Delgado's award-winning series of narratives-- the Rodrigo Chronicles--have been published in some of the most prestigious... 2004 Yes
Kevin K. Washburn TRIBAL COURTS AND FEDERAL SENTENCING 36 Arizona State Law Journal 403 (Spring, 2004) Because of their unique relationship to the federal government, and because of the peculiar federal criminal justice regime that applies in Indian country, American Indians and tribal governments are affected by the federal sentencing guidelines perhaps more profoundly than any other distinct group in America. Unlike most Americans, who face... 2004 Yes
Christopher A. Bracey ADJUDICATION, ANTISUBORDINATION, AND THE JAZZ CONNECTION 54 Alabama Law Review 853 (Spring, 2003) We live in the midst of a pervasive and sustained democratic crisis. Our society expresses a deep commitment to core notions of freedom, justice, and equality for all citizens. Yet, it is equally clear that our democracy tolerates a great deal of social and economic inequality. Membership in a socially disfavored group can (and often does)... 2003 Yes
Joan C. Williams , Nancy Segal BEYOND THE MATERNAL WALL: RELIEF FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS WHO ARE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST ON THE JOB 26 Harvard Women's Law Journal 77 (Spring, 2003) A Boston lawyer: When I returned from maternity leave, I was given the work of a paralegal. I wanted to say, I had a baby, not a lobotomy. A supervisor to a woman eight months pregnant: I was going to put you in charge of that office, but look at you now. A secretary: [W]hen you work part-time or temporary, they treat you differently, they... 2003 Yes
Victor C. Romero CRITICAL RACE THEORY IN THREE ACTS: RACIAL PROFILING, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, AND THE DIVERSITY VISA LOTTERY 66 Albany Law Review 375 (2003) The usual debates surrounding multiculturalism pit individual rights against group grievances in a variety of contexts including racial profiling, affirmative action, and the diversity visa lotteryoften with seemingly contradictory results. Liberals typically favor affirmative action but decry both racial profiling and the diversity visa lottery,... 2003 Yes
Mary Anne Case DEVELOPING A TASTE FOR NOT BEING DISCRIMINATED AGAINST 55 Stanford Law Review 2273 (June, 2003) Pervasive Prejudice? Unconventional Evidence of Race and Gender Discrimination. By Ian Ayres. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001. 433 pp. + xi. Crossroads, Directions, and a New Critical Race Theory. Edited by Francisco Valdes, Jerome McCristal Culp & Angela P. Harris. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2002. 414 pp. + xxi. Let me begin... 2003 Yes
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