AuthorTitleCitationSummaryYearKey Terms in Title or Summary
Hope Lewis EMBRACING COMPLEXITY: HUMAN RIGHTS IN CRITICAL RACE FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE 12 Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 510 (2003) Is feminist human rights scholarship prepared to address the current crisis in international law and politics? Globalization, the reassertion of deep cultural divides, war, armed conflict, terrorism, the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the appalling economic status of women in the Global South, desperate flows of migrants willing to risk death for economic... 2003 Yes
Clark Freshman FOREWORD: REVISIONING THE CONSTELLATIONS OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY, LAW AND ECONOMICS, AND EMPIRICAL SCHOLARSHIP 55 Stanford Law Review 2267 (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. The... 2003 Yes
Ian Ayres IS DISCRIMINATION ELUSIVE? 55 Stanford Law Review 2419 (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.... 2003 Yes
Cheryl I. Harris MINING IN HARD GROUND 116 Harvard Law Review 2487 (June, 2003) In the wake of the elections of 2002, Republican control over national political structures is arguably complete and consolidated. Not only are the presidency, Congress, and the federal judiciary in the hands of Republicans, but also policies and decisions are being shaped by some of the more aggressively conservative sectors of the party. As... 2003 Yes
Clark Freshman PREVENTION PERSPECTIVES ON "DIFFERENT" KINDS OF DISCRIMINATION: FROM ATTACKING DIFFERENT "ISMS" TO PROMOTING ACCEPTANCE IN CRITICAL RACE THEORY, LAW AND ECONOMICS, AND EMPIRICAL RESEARCH 55 Stanford Law Review 2293 (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.... 2003 Yes
Jerome M. Culp, Jr., Angela P. Harris, Francisco Valdes SUBJECT UNREST 55 Stanford Law Review 2435 (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. I. The... 2003 Yes
Kevin Haynes TAKING MEASURES 55 Stanford Law Review 2349 (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. While... 2003 Yes
Brendan D. Cummins And Justin D. Cummins TAKING THE FORK IN THE ROAD 29 William Mitchell Law Review 1069 (2003) Crossroads, Directions, and a New Critical Race Theory. Edited by Francisco Valdes, Jerome McCristal Culp, and Angela P. Harris. Temple University Press, 2002. 528 pages. $79.50. When you come to a fork in the road, take it! Yogi Berra's dictum usually draws laughs. But there is a deeper truth to it. It is about moving forward boldly in an... 2003 Yes
Frank H. Wu THE ARRIVAL OF ASIAN AMERICANS: AN AGENDA FOR LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP 10 Asian Law Journal 1 (May, 2003) Asian Americans have arrived. Every generation supposes itself to invent the world anew, but for Asian Americans as a racial minority group, there has been no better time than the present moment. In the past decade, Asian immigrants and their American-born descendants have become so numerous and prominent that it has become impossible to ignore... 2003 Yes
Rachel F. Moran THE ELUSIVE NATURE OF DISCRIMINATION 55 Stanford Law Review 2365 (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.... 2003 Yes
Devon W. Carbado , Mitu Gulati THE LAW AND ECONOMICS OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY 112 Yale Law Journal 1757 (May, 2003) Legal academics often perceive law and economics (L&E) and critical race theory (CRT) as oppositional discourses. Part of this has to do with the currency of the following caricatures: L&E is the methodological means by which conservative law professors advance their ideological interests. The approach is status-quo-oriented and indifferent (if not... 2003 Yes
Francisco Valdes BARELY AT THE MARGINS: RACE AND ETHNICITY IN LEGAL EDUCATION--A CURRICULAR STUDY WITH LATCRITICAL COMMENTARY 13 Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 119 (Fall 2002) Introduction. 119 I. Background and Methodology. 124 II. Summary of Combined Findings--2000 and 2001. 131 A. Primary Courses: Latinas/os and the Law Courses. 133 B. Related Courses: Critical Race Theory Courses. 135 C. Related Courses: Race, Racism and Race Relations Courses. 135 D. Related Courses: Mainstream Doctrinal Courses. 136 E.... 2002 Yes
Luz E. Herrera CHALLENGING A TRADITION OF EXCLUSION: THE HISTORY OF AN UNHEARD STORY AT HARVARD LAW SCHOOL 5 Harvard Latino Law Review 51 (Spring, 2002) The objective of enhancing the diverse quality of our faculty with the addition of a Hispanic professor must surely be one which is shared by the Dean, the faculty and all students so concerned. This must not be held to be a Hispanic objective aimed at meeting a Hispanic need. It must be a Harvard Law School objective aimed at meeting a Harvard Law... 2002 Yes
Robert S. Chang CLOSING ESSAY: DEVELOPING A COLLECTIVE MEMORY TO IMAGINE A BETTER FUTURE 49 UCLA Law Review 1601 (June, 2002) I am thankful for the opportunity to close this symposium that helps to inaugurate UCLA Law School's concentration in Critical Race Studies. When I graduated from law school ten years ago, it was inconceivable to me that a major law school would structure a curriculum around Critical Race Studies. Yet this is precisely what has happened at UCLA. It... 2002 Yes
Cheryl I. Harris CRITICAL RACE STUDIES: AN INTRODUCTION 49 UCLA Law Review 1215 (June, 2002) The introduction of the Critical Race Studies concentration as a field of study at the UCLA School of Law (UCLAW) represents an important moment in the evolution of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and related scholarship. It is significant in part because the Critical Race Studies (CRS) concentration here at UCLAW is the first of its kind anywhere.... 2002 Yes
Bernie D. Jones CRITICAL RACE THEORY: NEW STRATEGIES FOR CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM? 18 Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal 1 (Spring, 2002) The development of critical race theory points to a new direction taken by civil rights activists in the wake of civil rights setbacks in the 1970s and 1980s when official government policy no longer supported an expansive civil rights agenda. The United States Supreme Court began limiting and eviscerating precedents that once promised full... 2002 Yes
Adrien Katherine Wing GLOBAL CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM POST 9-11: AFGHANISTAN 10 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 19 (2002) I am honored and privileged to be part of Washington University School of Law's Public Interest Law Speakers Series. In the spring of 2001, I told the staff of the Washington University Journal of Law and Policy that my general topic would be Global Critical Race Feminism (GCRF), but that I would determine the subtheme based upon events happening... 2002 Yes
Adrien Katherine Wing HEALING SPIRIT INJURIES: HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PALESTINIAN BASIC LAW 54 Rutgers Law Review 1087 (Summer 2002) Critical Race Theory (CRT), which evolved based on U.S. legal paradigms, has begun to address more legal issues outside the U.S. as well. The LatCrit VI conference held in April 2001 contributed to enhanced transnationalism with the wonderful theme of Encountering Latin America: Exploring the Parameters and Relevance of LatCrit Theory In and... 2002 Yes
Charles R.P. Pouncy INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS AND CRITICAL RACE/LATCRIT THEORY: THE NEED FOR A CRITICAL "RACED" ECONOMICS 54 Rutgers Law Review 841 (Summer 2002) Critical race theory has made tremendous strides in deconstructing the operation of racialized power and the processes that render it invisible to the individuals at the sites at which such power is concentrated and exercised. In constructing its analyses, this critical movement has often relied on interdisciplinary sources. Critical race scholars... 2002 Yes
Kevin R. Johnson LATINAS/OS AND THE POLITICAL PROCESS: THE NEED FOR CRITICAL INQUIRY 81 Oregon Law Review 917 (Winter 2002) Migration from Mexico to the United States was a fact of life in the twentieth century. It continues in the new millennium, with more than 200,000 lawful immigrants from Mexico--the largest contingent of immigrants from any nation-- coming to the United States in 2001 alone. An important part of the nation's labor force, Mexican immigrants... 2002 Yes
Darren Lenard Hutchinson NEW COMPLEXITY THEORIES: FROM THEORETICAL INNOVATION TO DOCTRINAL REFORM 71 UMKC Law Review 431 (Winter 2002) During the latter part of the twentieth century, progressive scholars in various fields of study have developed a large body of works analyzing identity politics. Within legal scholarship, critical race, feminist, anti-heterosexist, and other progressive theorists have demonstrated how legal doctrines and policies perpetuate social hierarchy and... 2002 Yes
Darren Lenard Hutchinson PROGRESSIVE RACE BLINDNESS?: INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY, GROUP POLITICS, AND REFORM 49 UCLA Law Review 1455 (June, 2002) Critical Race Theorists advance race consciousness as a positive instrument for political and legal reform. A growing body of works by left-identified scholars, however, challenges this traditional progressive stance toward race consciousness. After summarizing the contours of this budding literature, this Article criticizes the progressive race... 2002 Yes
Devon W. Carbado RACE TO THE BOTTOM 49 UCLA Law Review 1283 (June, 2002) Much of Critical Race Theory has as its point of departure the notion that antiracist politics and legal theory should be informed by the voices of people on the bottom of discrimination. The claim is both simple and normatively appealing: The people on the bottom are in the best position not only to describe the nature and extent of their... 2002 Yes
Christopher Slobogin RACE-BASED DEFENSES- THE INSIGHTS OF TRADITIONAL ANALYSIS 54 Arkansas Law Review 739 (2002) For the past several years, Professor Anthony Alfieri has been working on a project that he describes as an attempt to apply Critical Race Theory to the ethical standards governing prosecutors and defense attorneys in criminal cases. Recently summed up in an article appearing in the Georgetown Law Journal, this project proposes radical changes in... 2002 Yes
Leonard M. Baynes RACIAL PROFILING, SEPTEMBER 11TH AND THE MEDIA: A CRITICAL RACE THEORY ANALYSIS 2 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 1 (Winter 2002) Introduction. 2 I. A Critical Race Theory Approach. 4 II. Racial Profiling Prior to September 11th. 9 III. The Media Coverage of Racial Profiling Prior to September 11th. 13 IV. A Critical Race Analysis of Profiling Prior to September 11th. 14 V. How the September 11th Hijackers Escaped Detection. 17 A. Mohamed al-Amir Awad al-Sayed Atta. 17 B.... 2002 Yes
Ediberto Roman REPARATIONS AND THE COLONIAL DILEMMA: THE INSURMOUNTABLE HURDLES AND YET TRANSFORMATIVE BENEFITS 13 Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 369 (Fall 2002) The Seventh Annual Latina and Latino Critical Race Theory (LatCrit) Conference held in May 2002 at the University of Oregon, not unlike other efforts in the movement, addressed a panoply of challenging, provocative, and controversial issues. Perhaps one the most intellectually interesting and yet troubling panels addressed reparations for the... 2002 Yes
Elvia R. Arriola STAYING EMPOWERED BY RECOGNIZING OUR COMMON GROUNDS: A REPLY TO SUBORDINATION AND SYMBIOSIS: MECHANISMS OF MUTUAL SUPPORT BETWEEN SUBORDINATING SYSTEMS, BY PROFESSOR NANCY EHRENREICH 71 UMKC Law Review 447 (Winter 2002) Subordination and Symbiosis is an ambitious and carefully crafted article. Nancy Ehrenreich presents a tapestry woven of strands in contemporary critical legal theory, that could be labeled as queer theory, critical race, feminist or radical progressive thought. I see this Article as an appeal for what I will call a coalitional critical theory,... 2002 Yes
Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw THE FIRST DECADE: CRITICAL REFLECTIONS, OR "A FOOT IN THE CLOSING DOOR" 49 UCLA Law Review 1343 (June, 2002) Introduction. 1343 I. Derrick Bell: From Race, Racism, and American Law to the Alternative Course . 1344 II. The CLS Conferences of the Mid-1980s. 1354 III. The Birth of the Critical Race Theory Workshop. 1359 IV. Critical Race Theory Then and Now: From Birth to Backlash. 1365 V. Where We've Been, Where We're Going. 1369 Conclusion: In Search... 2002 Yes
Susan Tiefenbrun THE SAGA OF SUSANNAH A U.S. REMEDY FOR SEX TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN: THE VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING AND VIOLENCE PROTECTION ACT OF 2000 2002 Utah Law Review 107 (2002) I. Introduction. 109 A. A Narrative. 109 B. Subtext of the Narrative. 111 C. Organization of Article. 115 II. The Problem of Sex Trafficking. 116 A. Methods of Sex Trafficking. 116 B. Definition of Sex Trafficking as Slavery, the Meaning of Force, and the Role of Consent. 120 C. Feminists Debate Sex Trafficking. 123 D. Critical Race Theorists... 2002 Yes
Frank Rudy Cooper UNDERSTANDING "DEPOLICING": SYMBIOSIS THEORY AND CRITICAL CULTURAL THEORY 71 UMKC Law Review 355 (Winter 2002) Doctrinal analyses help us understand what law does. Identity theory helps us understand why law operates in certain ways. Cultural studies can help us understand that where law operates is crucial to both how it operates, and on whom. Nancy Ehrenreich's Subordination and Symbiosis: Mechanisms of Mutual Support Between Subordinating Systems is... 2002 Yes
Alfredo Mirande ALFREDO'S MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE: THE SECOND CHRONICLE ON LAW, LAWYERING, AND LOVE 78 Denver University Law Review 517 (2001) This is the second in a series of essays focusing on law and LatCrit Theory and which I have termed, for lack of a better name, Alfredo's Chronicles. Consistent with the practice within Critical Race and LatCrit Theories, the first chronicle, Alfredo's Jungle Cruise sought to utilize narrative as a vehicle for the preparation of students for work... 2001 Yes
William J. Aceves CRITICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP: A STUDY OF EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION 39 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 299 (2001) This Article introduces the metatheory of critical jurisprudence and explores its application to the study of international law. Critical jurisprudence is based upon the various critical approaches to the study of law and legal process, including Critical Legal Studies, Critical Race Theory, Critical Feminism, and LatCrit Theory. This movement... 2001 Yes
Adrienne Asch CRITICAL RACE THEORY, FEMINISM, AND DISABILITY: REFLECTIONS ON SOCIAL JUSTICE AND PERSONAL IDENTITY 62 Ohio State Law Journal 391 (2001) Since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, those who fight for disability rights can acknowledge some progress in the situation of people with disabilities but can also recognize that the insights from critical race theory and feminism have lessons for the disability rights movement as well. This article considers the application of... 2001 Yes
Adrien Katherine Wing DISORIENTED: ASIAN AMERICANS, LAW, AND THE NATION-STATE. BY ROBERT S. CHANG. NEW YORK: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS. 1999. PP. X, 180. CLOTH, $34; PAPER, $19.50. 99 Michigan Law Review 1390 (May, 2001) Robert Chang, a promising young scholar, has given us the first book on Asian Critical Race Theory, or AsianCrit, in his short, readable volume Disoriented: Asian Americans, Law, and the Nation-State. It is a loosely woven collection of essays divided into three parts, drawing upon work Professor Chang published in several earlier law review... 2001 Yes
Erica S. Flores GLOBAL CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM: AN INTERNATIONAL READER, EDITED BY ADRIEN KATHERINE WING. NEW YORK: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2000. 432 PP. $70.00 CLOTH, $25.00 PAPER. 16 Berkeley Women's Law Journal 217 (2001) Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader is an anthology edited by law professor Adrien Katherine Wing. The general focus of the anthology is on the legal rights of women of color around the world, but Wing's specific intent is to use the articles as a way of introducing a new legal theory: Global Critical Race Feminism. Angela Davis'... 2001 Yes
Gil Gott IDENTITY AND CRISIS: THE CRITICAL RACE PROJECT AND POSTMODERN POLITICAL THEORY 78 Denver University Law Review 817 (2001) The arrival of the current post-Civil Rights, postcolonial, post-Cold War era has presented movement activists and progressive scholars with a unique set of challenges. Mobilizing constituencies within, let alone across, identity, national, and class lines has proven difficult as 19 th and 20 th century forms of white supremacy, imperialism, and... 2001 Yes
Beverly I. Moran KEYNOTE ADDRESS DELIVERED FOR THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY LEGAL ISSUES CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF INTERSECTIONALITY AND CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM 11 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 691 (2001) First, I want to thank Professor Mary Jo Wiggins and the staff of the Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues for asking us all to this conference. As someone who has coordinated a number of conferences, I cannot emphasize enough how much work and planning goes into an event like this. But, beyond the planning, and all the work that it entails, we... 2001 Yes
Anita Tijerina Revilla LATCRIT AND CRT IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION: A THEORETICAL DIALOGUE BETWEEN TWO COLLEAGUES 78 Denver University Law Review 623 (2001) Although Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Latino/a Critical Race Theory (LatCrit) were originally legal movements, both have picked up popularity in the field of education, especially amongst race and ethnic studies scholars. As a student and scholar in education, I find LatCrit's transdisciplinary framework especially appealing. Many of us in... 2001 Yes
Elizabeth M. Iglesias LATCRIT THEORY: SOME PRELIMINARY NOTES TOWARDS A TRANSATLANTIC DIALOGUE 9 University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review Rev. 1 (2000/2001) I. L2-3,T3Contextualizing LatCrit Theory in American Critical Legal Discourse 1 A. Critical Legal Studies (CLS) and Critical Race Theory (CRT). 9 B. Feminist Critical Legal Theory and Critical Race Feminism. 18 C. Asian Pacific American Critical Legal Scholarship and Chicana/o Studies. 25 D. Queer Legal Theory. 29 II. L2-3,T3Conclusion 32 2001 Yes
Daria Roithmayr LEFT OVER RIGHTS 22 Cardozo Law Review 1113 (March, 2001) This Essay focuses on Duncan Kennedy's argument for a post-rights position, in the wake of the earlier critical legal studies critique of rights and the ensuing response by Critical Race Theorists. I argue that, notwithstanding Kennedy's loss of faith in rights discourse, rights talk might still be pragmatically useful for communities of color to... 2001 Yes
Daniel G. Solorzano, Tara J. Yosso MAINTAINING SOCIAL JUSTICE HOPES WITHIN ACADEMIC REALITIES: A FREIREAN APPROACH TO CRITICAL RACE/LATCRIT PEDAGOGY 78 Denver University Law Review 595 (2001) Scholars have commented that by the time of his death in 1997, Paulo Freire had moved well beyond his early work in Pedagogy of the Oppressed. We understand that position, but we also argue that Freire's early work continues to provide a critical framework for educators struggling for social justice. Freire's early work provides a powerful tool... 2001 Yes
Adrien Katherine Wing POLYGAMY FROM SOUTHERN AFRICA TO BLACK BRITANNIA TO BLACK AMERICA: GLOBAL CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM AS LEGAL REFORM FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 11 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 811 (2001) I. Introduction. 812 II. Global Critical Race Feminism. 815 A. Genesis. 818 III. The Global Critical Race Feminism Anthology. 824 IV. Global Multiplicative Identity And Polygamy. 833 A. Global Multiplicative Identity. 833 B. Polygamy In Southern Africa. 844 1. Zimbabwe. 844 2. South Africa. 851 C. Polygamy In Black Britannia. 854 D. Polygamy In... 2001 Yes
Adrien K. Wing THE ROLE OF CULTURE, RACE, GENDER AND LANGUAGE IN WORKING TOGETHER: DEVELOPING COOPERATION IN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL EDUCATION 20 Penn State International Law Review 35 (Fall, 2001) Moderator: Our next speaker is Professor Adrien Katherine Wing who has taught at the University of Iowa College of Law since 1987. Her courses include Human Rights, Comparative Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Critical Race Theory and U.S. Constitutional Law. She is the author of more than fifty publications; her international research is... 2001 Yes
Richard Delgado TWO WAYS TO THINK ABOUT RACE: REFLECTIONS ON THE ID, THE EGO, AND OTHER REFORMIST THEORIES OF EQUAL PROTECTION 89 Georgetown Law Journal 2279 (July, 2001) In one of the most influential Critical Race Theory articles ever written, Professor Charles Lawrence posited a new way of looking at discrimination. The Id, the Ego, and Equal Protection: Reckoning with Unconscious Racism, published in the Stanford Law Review during the middle years of Critical Race Theory's ascent, takes forceful issue with the... 2001 Yes
Marijan Pavcnik ; Louis E. Wolcher A DIALOGUE ON LEGAL THEORY BETWEEN A EUROPEAN LEGAL PHILOSOPHER AND HIS AMERICAN FRIEND 35 Texas International Law Journal 335 (Summer 2000) I. Introduction from the Editors. 335 II. The Dialogue. 336 The editors of the Texas International Law Journal are pleased to present this unusual and, we think, provocative and enlightening international dialogue on themes pertinent to legal theory and the philosophy of law. It takes place in the form of a series of questions and answers passing... 2000 Yes
Nancy Levit A DIFFERENT KIND OF SAMENESS: BEYOND FORMAL EQUALITY AND ANTISUBORDINATION STRATEGIES IN GAY LEGAL THEORY 61 Ohio State Law Journal 867 (2000) Gay legal theory is at a crossroads reminiscent of the sameness/difference debate in feminist circles and the integrationist debate in critical race theory. Formal equality theorists take the heterosexual model as the norm and then seek to show that gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexualsexcept for their choice of partnersare just like... 2000 Yes
Tanya K. Hernandez AN EXPLORATION OF THE EFFICACY OF CLASS-BASED APPROACHES TO RACIAL JUSTICE: THE CUBAN CONTEXT 33 U.C. Davis Law Review 1135 (Summer, 2000) What guarantee do Negroes have that socialism means racial equality any more than does capitalist democracy? Would socialism mean the assimilation of the Negro into the dominant racial group .. In other words, the failure of American capitalist abundance to help solve the crying problems of the Negro's existence cannot be fobbed off on some future... 2000 Yes
Kevin R. Johnson CELEBRATING LATCRIT THEORY: WHAT DO WE DO WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS? 33 U.C. Davis Law Review 753 (Summer, 2000) let us be the key that opens new doors to our people let tomorrow be today yesterday has never left let us all right now take the first step: let us finally arrive at our Promised Land! The fourth annual critical Latina/o theory conference (LatCrit IV) entitled Rotating Centers, Expanding Frontiers: LatCrit Theory and Marginal Intersections,... 2000 Yes
Richard Dvorak CRACKING THE CODE: "DE-CODING" COLORBLIND SLURS DURING THE CONGRESSIONAL CRACK COCAINE DEBATES 5 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 611 (Spring 2000) INTRODUCTION. 612 I. The Failure of Equal Protection Challenges to the CrackSentencing Scheme. 617 A. United States v. Clary: One Court's Use of Unconscious Racism to Show Racial Discrimination. 617 B. Evading Intent: Unconscious Racism A Poor Fit with Supreme Court Jurisprudence. 621 II. The Historical Use of Racist Code Words In American... 2000 Yes
Sumi Cho, Robert Westley CRITICAL RACE COALITIONS: KEY MOVEMENTS THAT PERFORMED THE THEORY 33 U.C. Davis Law Review 1377 (Summer, 2000) In this Article, we attempt to retrieve an obscured history, central to the development of critical race theory (CRT). This history tells one of the many stories of student activism for diversity in higher education from the 1960s to the 1990s. In particular, we focus on a longitudinal case study, U.C. Berkeley's Boalt Coalition for Diversified... 2000 Yes
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