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Sarah Cole , Grande Lum , Craig McEwen , Nancy Rogers "FRAMING" IN PUBLIC INITIATIVES TO ADVANCE RACIAL EQUITY 38 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 255 (2023) I. Introduction II. Framing Choices A. Facilitative Mediation B. Community Policy Discussion C. Peacemaking/Restorative Processes D. Community Advocacy--Disruption E. Cognitive Aspects of Framing III. Framing Approaches at Various Stages of a Commission's Work: Finding Promising Ideas for Dealing with Framing Dilemmas A. The Planning Process,... 2023  
Patricia A. Broussard , Joi Cardwell "HOW DARE YOU VOTE!" THE ENACTMENT OF RACIST AND UNDEMOCRATIC VOTING LAWS TO PRESERVE WHITE SUPREMACY, MAINTAIN THE STATUS QUO, AND PREVENT THE RISE OF THE BLACK VOTE-- SAYING THE QUIET PARTS OUT LOUD 14 University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review 1 (Fall, 2023) Historically the United States has proudly described itself as a melting pot, declaring, Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. However, if the truth is told, the United States of America has never been a melting pot. In a melting pot, the ingredients each contribute something to the pot that equalizes them... 2023  
Christopher D. Thomas, J.D., Ph.D. "POSITIVELY DYSTOPIAN": PERNELL v. FLORIDA BOARD OF GOVERNORS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR CURRICULAR BACKLASH BILLS 406 West's Education Law Reporter 12 (1/5/2023) When a court repeatedly invokes 1984 by George Orwell to adjudicate a state's actions under our Constitution, it typically does not bode well for the state. Pernell v. Florida Board of Governors is no exception. Chief Judge Mark E. Walker's opinion, like the novel 1984, begins with the line It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were... 2023  
Katheryn Russell-Brown "THE STOP WOKE ACT": HB 7, RACE, AND FLORIDA'S 21ST CENTURY ANTI-LITERACY CAMPAIGN 47 New York University Review of Law and Social Change 338 (2023) Florida's Stop the Wrongs to Our Kids and Employees Act (Stop WOKE) took effect July 1, 2022. The new law, known as House Bill 7 (HB 7), regulates how race issues can be taught in the K-20 educational system and imposes stiff sanctions for violations. This Article provides an incisive analysis of HB 7. With a particular focus on the law school... 2023  
Michael Z. Green (A)WOKE WORKPLACES 2023 Wisconsin Law Review 811 (2023) With heightened expectations for a reckoning in response to the broad support for the Black Lives Matter movement after the senseless murder of George Floyd in 2020, employers explored many options to improve racial understanding through discussions with workers. In rejecting any notions of the existence of structural or systemic discrimination,... 2023  
Francesca Procaccini (E)RACING SPEECH IN SCHOOL 58 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 457 (Summer, 2023) Speech on race and racism in our nation's public schools is under attack for partisan gain. The Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment teaches a lot about the wisdom and legality of laws that chill such speech in the classroom. But more importantly, a First Amendment analysis of these laws reveals profound insights about the health and meaning... 2023  
David Schraub (THE LIMITS OF) JUDICIAL RESEGREGATION 58 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 311 (Winter, 2023) The past several decades have seen courts sharply turn against race-conscious integration measures. Doctrinally, this hostility has emerged through the ideology of color-blindness, which posits that--to the greatest extent possible--law should pay no heed to racial categories. Under this view, race-conscious efforts to integrate schools are morally... 2023  
Sydney Baker , Kamar Y. Tazi , Emily Haney-Caron A CRITICAL DISCUSSION OF YOUTH MIRANDA WAIVERS, RACIAL INEQUITY, AND PROPOSED POLICY REFORMS 29 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 320 (August, 2023) Courts often assume that youth and adult suspects are equally capable of making decisions about whether to talk to police officers--decisions that carry serious long-term consequences. In Miranda v. Arizona, the Supreme Court ruled that prior to custodial interrogation, police officers must remind suspects of their rights to silence and legal... 2023  
Simone Drake , Katrina Lee , Kevin Passino , Hugo Gonzalez Villasanti A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO IMPROVING POLICE INTERACTIONS WITH BLACK CIVILIANS 38 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 717 (2023) I. Introduction II. Historical Overview A. Race and Policing B. Police Training III. Project Design A. Informed by a Multidisciplinary Team B. Software Development IV. Future Directions V. Conclusion Over-use of force by law enforcement officers in the United States persists, along with a resulting state of crisis in Black communities. Massive... 2023  
Julia Simon-Kerr A NEW BASELINE FOR CHARACTER EVIDENCE 76 Vanderbilt Law Review 1827 (November, 2023) Introduction. 1827 I. Character Under the Rules. 1832 II. The Character Evidence Baseline. 1836 A. Three Characters Within the Baseline. 1836 B. Three Characters Outside the Baseline. 1841 III. Reimagining Character Evidence. 1847 Conclusion. 1852 2023  
Amy Anderson A PLEASURE TO BURN: HOW FIRST AMENDMENT JURISPRUDENCE ON BOOK BANNING BOLSTERS WHITE SUPREMACY 49 Mitchell Hamline Law Review 1 (February, 2023) I. Introduction. 2 II. The Parameters of Students' Freedom of Speech in Public Schools. 3 III. Can They Ban a Book From the School Library?: The PICO Case. 5 A. Facts. 5 B. The Plurality Opinion. 7 IV. The Malleability of the PICO Standard. 10 A. A Racial Disparity in Determining Educational Suitability. 14 B. The Racial Undertones of... 2023  
Victoria M. Esposito A SYSTEMIC REIMAGINING OF POVERTY LAW 31 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy 1 (Fall, 2023) A multitude of legal and administrative systems in America combine to regulate low-income people and to create and perpetuate poverty. Despite this, a literature review shows that poverty law scholarship has not analyzed how these systems interlock with each other and considered their cumulative effects on this population. The earliest poverty law... 2023  
Brian Sarnacki A WISH UPON A MONKEY PAW FOR ACADEMIC FREEDOM: MERIWETHER AND THE RIGHT TO MISGENDER TRANSGENDER STUDENTS 68 Wayne Law Review 423 (Winter, 2023) I. Introduction. 423 II. Background. 425 A. The Rights of Public Employees. 427 B. Academic Freedom. 429 C. The Sixth Circuit's Approach. 430 III. Analysis. 433 A. The Sixth Circuit Wrongly Decided Meriwether. 433 B. A Close Reading of Meriwether Shows Its Intent to Extend the Right to Misgender Students. 435 C. Courts Permit Teachers to... 2023  
Caroline L. Ferguson ACTUALIZING JUSTICE: PRIVATE PROSECUTION REGIMES FOR MODERN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS 56 Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems 557 (Summer, 2023) The modern state enjoys a near monopoly over the prosecutorial system. Public officials, including local district attorneys, state attorneys general, and career prosecutors, enjoy enormous discretionary powers to decide who to charge, to determine what charges to bring, to make particular bail recommendations, to set the terms of plea bargains, and... 2023  
Janelle N. Dixon , Tonneka M. Caddell , Apryl A. Alexander , Danielle Burchett , Jaime L. Anderson , Ryan J. Marek , David M. Glassmire ADAPTING ASSESSMENT PROCESSES TO CONSIDER CULTURAL MISTRUST IN FORENSIC PRACTICES: AN EXAMPLE WITH THE MMPI INSTRUMENTS 47 Law and Human Behavior 292 (February, 2023) Objective: Our first goal in this study was to identify cultural mistrust critical items (CMCIs) on two versions of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)--the MMPI-Second Edition-Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) and MMPI--Third Edition (MMPI-3)--that might be endorsed by people of color because of cultural mistrust rather than... 2023  
Yael Zakai Cannon, Vida Johnson ADVANCING RACIAL JUSTICE THROUGH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL ACADEMIC MEDICAL-LEGAL PARTNERSHIPS 30 Clinical Law Review 29 (Fall, 2023) The medical-legal partnership (MLP) model, which brings attorneys and healthcare partners together to remove legal barriers to health, is a growing approach to addressing unmet civil legal needs. But MLPs are less prevalent in criminal defense settings, where they also have the potential to advance both health and legal justice. In fact, grave... 2023  
Jonathan P. Feingold AMBIVALENT ADVOCATES: WHY ELITE UNIVERSITIES COMPROMISED THE CASE FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 58 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 143 (Winter, 2023) The end of affirmative action. The headline is coming. When it arrives, scholars will explain that a controversial set of policies could not withstand unfriendly doctrine and less friendly Justices. This story is not wrong. But it is incomplete. This account masks an underappreciated source of affirmative action's enduring instability: elite... 2023  
Matthew W. Finkin AN ACCOUNT OF THE DELIBERATIONS OF THE FACULTY COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND UNACCEPTABLE SPEECH, MICHAEL BÉRUBÉ AND JENNIFER RUTH, IT'S NOT FREE SPEECH: RACE, DEMOCRACY, AND THE FUTURE OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM BALTIMORE: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS, 20 51 Hofstra Law Review 477 (Spring, 2023) I. The Committee's Provenance and Charge. 477 II. The Report of the Subcommittee. 481 III. The Committee's Deliberations. 487 Draft No. 1. 487 Draft No. 2. 491 Draft No. 3. 493 Draft No. 4. 495 Final Draft. 501 V. Postscript. 502 2023  
Amir H. Ali AN APPEAL TO BOOKS 121 Michigan Law Review 871 (April, 2023) This feels a fit, even urgent, moment to celebrate our books and the role they play vis-à-vis the law, the courts, and the truth. As this issue goes to print, our nation's highest court faces forceful criticism that some of its most significant decisions have been detached from objective fact. In recent Terms, the Supreme Court's majority has... 2023  
Jeremiah Chin ANTIMATTERS: THE CURIOUS CASE OF CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS 103 Boston University Law Review 311 (February, 2023) Confederate monuments sit at a crossroads of speech frameworks as contested government speech, as concrete edifices of hate speech, and as key protest sites. The interplay of state law and speech doctrines in states like Alabama and Florida has cemented monuments as physical representations of government speech that municipal governments cannot... 2023  
Amanda Shanor, Sarah E. Light ANTI-WOKE CAPITALISM, THE FIRST AMENDMENT, AND THE DECLINE OF LIBERTARIANISM 118 Northwestern University Law Review 347 (2023) Abstract--Firms across the globe, including financial institutions like banks, asset managers, and pension fund managers, are adopting strategies to account for the risks they face from climate change. These strategies include declining to invest in certain emissions-intensive projects or advising firms in their portfolios to report or reduce... 2023  
Clare Ryan ARE CHILDREN'S RIGHTS ENOUGH? 72 American University Law Review 2075 (August, 2023) Are parental rights or children's rights better for protecting children and vindicating their interests? In this ongoing debate, American family law scholars and advocates are deeply divided. Children's rights proponents often criticize the United States for failing to ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child and for denying children... 2023  
Daniel Stainkamp AUTO-JUBILEE: A CASE FOR MASSIVE AUTOMATIC DRIVER'S LICENSE RESTORATION FOR DEBTOR-SUSPENDEES 102 North Carolina Law Review 231 (December, 2023) Over the last few decades, law has quietly eroded people's ability to drive. Specifically, the regime of debt-based license suspension in North Carolina has amounted to a license-for-payment system that is unfair and unjust. Its scope and impact create conditions like a modern-day debtors' prison. The law disproportionately deprives people of color... 2023  
Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol AWAKENING THE LAW: KATE STONEMAN--AN AWAKENED WOMAN: BASED UPON ALBANY LAW SCHOOL'S KATE STONEMAN CELEBRATION SPEECH 86 Albany Law Review 231 (2022-2023) Like all Stoneman award recipients, I am grateful to Kate Stoneman for paving the way to an awakened life in which seeking justice is a non-negotiable aspiration. I will explain the title of this Essay--Kate Stoneman, an Awakened Woman--in the next section. But before engaging Stoneman's exceptional life and contributions, I take the liberty to... 2023  
Jensen Rehn BATTLEGROUNDS FOR BANNED BOOKS: THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND PUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARIES 98 Notre Dame Law Review 1405 (March, 2023) When students started remote learning in the spring of 2020, new developments in digital teaching techniques entered homes and apartments across the United States. Even as children increasingly rely on technology for turning in assignments and attending virtual classes, some of the most contentious conversations at school board meetings in the past... 2023  
Meera E. Deo, JD, PhD BETTER THAN BIPOC 41 Minnesota Journal of Law & Inequality 71 (Winter, 2023) Race and racism evolve over time, as does the language of antiracism. Yet nascent terms of resistance are not always better than originals. Without the deep investment of community engagement and review, new labels--like BIPOC--run the risk of causing more harm than good. This Article argues that using BIPOC (which stands for Black, Indigenous,... 2023  
Molly Dower BEYOND OFFENSE: WHY THE FIRST AMENDMENT DOES NOT PROTECT DELIBERATE MISGENDERING 44 Cardozo Law Review 2103 (June, 2023) C1-2Table of Contents Introduction. 2104 I. Background. 2107 A. Modern Free Speech Jurisprudence. 2107 1. The Right to Offend. 2107 2. The Marketplace Metaphor. 2111 B. Government Regulation of Speech Beyond the First Amendment. 2113 C. The Right to Offend as an Attack on State Prohibitions of Misgendering. 2119 II. Analysis. 2125 A. Modern Free... 2023  
Roy L. Brooks BLACK BOARDING ACADEMIES AS A PRUDENTIAL REPARATION: FINIS ORIGINE PENDET 13 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 790 (May, 2023) The past is never dead. It's not even past. - William Falkner, Requiem for a Nun 85 (1951) With billions of dollars pledged and trillions of dollars demanded to redress slavery and Jim Crow (Black Reparations) the question of how best to use these funds has moved into the forefront of the ongoing campaign for racial justice in our post-civil... 2023  
Sidney E. Holler BRAIDS, LOCS, AND BOSTOCK: TITLE VII'S ELUSIVE PROTECTIONS FOR LGBTQ+ AND BLACK WOMEN EMPLOYEES 26 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 223 (Winter, 2023) Whiteness and patriarchy frame our understanding of what it means to be and look professional. Workplace grooming and dress standards, inherently rooted in gender and racial stereotypes, often result in policies that place Black women employees at a unique disadvantage, particularly when it comes to hair. Black women who do not conform to... 2023  
Darlène Dubuisson , Patricia Campos-Medina , Shannon Gleeson , Kati L. Griffith CENTERING RACE IN STUDIES OF LOW-WAGE IMMIGRANT LABOR 19 Annual Review of Law and Social Science 109 (2023) race, racism, immigration, work, justice, rights This review examines the historical and contemporary factors driving immigrant worker precarity and the central role of race in achieving worker justice. We build from the framework of racial capitalism and historicize the legacies of African enslavement and Indigenous dispossession, which have... 2023  
Martha, M. McCarthy, Ph.D. CHALLENGES TO AND RESTRICTIONS ON WHAT IS TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS: CHANGES OVER TIME AND IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 413 West's Education Law Reporter 521 (9/14/2023) This article focuses on a longitudinal study of challenges to materials used and content taught in K-12 education and how proposed restrictions have evolved and presented new concerns for our nation's educators as well as the general citizenry. Specifically, this review compares developments from 1900 until 2023 pertaining to constraints on school... 2023  
Mae C. Quinn CHILDIST OBJECTIONS, YOUTHFUL RELEVANCE, AND EVIDENCE RECONCEIVED 127 Dickinson Law Review 535 (Spring, 2023) Evidence rules are written by and for adults. As a result, they largely lack the vantage point of youth and are rooted in arm's-length assumptions about the lives and legal interests of young people. Moreover, because children have been mostly treated as evidentiary afterthoughts, they have been patched into the justice system and its procedures in... 2023  
Ming Hsu Chen COLORBLIND NATIONALISM AND THE LIMITS OF CITIZENSHIP 44 Cardozo Law Review 945 (February, 2023) Policymakers and lawyers posit formal citizenship as the key to inclusion. Rather than presume that formal citizenship will necessarily promote equality, this Article examines the relationship between citizenship, racial equality, and nationalism. It asks: What role does formal citizenship play in excluding noncitizens and Asian, Latinx, and Muslim... 2023  
Erwin Chemerinsky COMMENT ON FREE SPEECH IN LAW SCHOOLS 51 Hofstra Law Review 687 (Spring, 2023) As long as there are universities, there will be difficult issues of how to reconcile their educational mission with the desire to safeguard the speech of students and faculty. On the one hand, freedom of expression is essential for education. As the Supreme Court expressed in Keyishian v. Board of Regents, academic freedom . is of transcendent... 2023  
Clay Calvert , Katelyn Gonzalez COMPELLED STUDENT SPEECH & CONTENTIOUS ACADEMIC ASSIGNMENTS: SHOULD THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT NOT TO SPEAK IN SCHOOL EXTEND BEYOND THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO IDEOLOGICALLY AND POLITICALLY CHARGED CLASSROOM EXERCISES? 61 University of Louisville Law Review 55 (Spring, 2023) This Article examines whether the unenumerated First Amendment right not to speak should shield public school students from academic exercises compelling engagement with speech that conflicts with their ideological or political views. The Article additionally explores parameters that might confine such a nascent constitutional right. A trio of... 2023  
Barbara Fedders CONCEPTUALIZING AN ANTI-MOTHER JUVENILE DELINQUENCY COURT 101 North Carolina Law Review 1351 (June, 2023) This Article makes three contributions to the literature on the harms to children and their families that flow from involvement in the juvenile delinquency court. It argues, first, that poor mothers of color--especially those raising children without cohabitating partners--are uniquely vulnerable among parents to both seeing their children... 2023  
Jacqueline Pittman CONSTRUCTING RACE AND GENDER IN MODERN RAPE LAW: THE ABANDONED CATEGORY OF BLACK FEMALE VICTIMS 30 Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 151 (2023) Despite the successes of the 1960s Anti-Rape Movement, modern state rape statutes continue to prioritize white male perspectives and perceptions of race, ultimately ignoring the intersectional identity of Black women and leaving these victims without legal protection. This Note examines rape law's history of allocating agency along gendered and... 2023  
Cara R. Shaffer CONTEXT AT THE PERIPHERY: THE RISE OF THE CRITICAL-CONTEXTUAL LEGAL EDUCATION REFORM MOVEMENT 30 Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights & Social Justice 55 (Fall, 2023) [N]o teacher shall be compelled by a policy of any state agency, school district, campus, open enrollment charter school, or school administration to discuss current events or widely debated and currently controversial issues of public policy or social affairs. -Texas H.B. 3979, effective 9/1/2021 There's a peculiar kind of vanity or... 2023  
Ryan Newman CORPORATE CAPTAINS OF THE WOKE REVOLUTION: THE NEED TO LIMIT CORPORATE POLITICAL ACTIVISM 27 Texas Review of Law and Politics 663 (Summer, 2023) Introduction. 664 I. The Woke Revolution. 666 II. The Rise of Woke Corporate Activism. 673 III. The Need to Limit Woke Corporate Activism. 681 IV. Corporate Free Speech Rights Properly Understood. 685 Conclusion. 696 2023  
Brooks R. Cain CRITICAL ERASE THEORY: THE ASSAULT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM 75 Oklahoma Law Review 623 (Spring, 2023) On July 26, 2021, a failed school board candidate took to the podium at a public school board meeting for the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District (GCISD), located in northern Texas. His comments took aim at Dr. James Whitfield, a recently appointed principal at Colleyville Heritage High School and a black man. The speaker's comments... 2023  
René Reyes CRITICAL REMEMBERING: AMPLIFYING, ANALYZING, AND UNDERSTANDING THE LEGACY OF ANTI-MEXICAN VIOLENCE IN THE UNITED STATES 26 Harvard Latin American Law Review 15 (Spring, 2023) Violence against BIPOC individuals and communities has been part of American life since the arrival of the first European colonizers over four hundred years ago. Yet as longstanding and pervasive as anti-BIPOC violence has been throughout American history, many instances of such violence remain strikingly underexamined--largely because their... 2023  
Stefan J. Padfield CRONY STAKEHOLDER CAPITALISM 111 Kentucky Law Journal 441 (2022-2023) C1-2Table of Contents Table of Contents. 441 Abstract. 442 Introduction. 442 I. Capitalism, Crony Capitalism, and Stakeholder Capitalism. 445 A. Capitalism Versus Crony Capitalism. 446 B. Stakeholder Capitalism. 450 C. Stakeholder Capitalism as Crony Capitalism. 456 II. A Proposed Solution: Sen. Marco Rubio's Mind Your Own Business Act. 460 A. An... 2023  
Karla Mari Mckanders DECOLONIZING COLORBLIND ASYLUM NARRATIVES 67 Saint Louis University Law Journal 523 (Spring, 2023) The essay addresses how law professors can engage critical and decolonial theories to teach students how to deconstruct the marginalizing narratives required in asylum advocacy. These theories provide the theoretical and praxis-oriented frameworks for professors seeking to liberate their pedagogy. The goal is for law students to begin their legal... 2023  
Amanda Levendowski DEFRAGGING FEMINIST CYBERLAW 38 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 797 (2023) In 1996, Judge Frank Easterbrook famously observed that any effort to create a field called cyberlaw would be doomed to be shallow and miss unifying principles. He was wrong, but not for the reason other scholars have stated. Feminism is a unifying principle of cyberlaw, which alternately amplifies and abridges the feminist values of consent,... 2023  
Brandon Hasbrouck DEMOCRATIZING ABOLITION 69 UCLA Law Review 1744 (September, 2023) When abolitionists discuss remedies for past and present injustices, they are frequently met with apparently pragmatic objections to the viability of such bold remedies in U.S. legislatures and courts held captive by reactionary forces. Previous movements have seen their lesser reforms dashed by the white supremacist capitalist order that retains... 2023  
Jennifer Safstrom, Joseph Mead DEVELOPING INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE COMPETENCY IN CLINICAL TEACHING 29 Clinical Law Review 349 (Spring, 2023) Drawing from legal pedagogy, litigation practice, and teaching experience, this article seeks to compile a set of key considerations for inclusive language decision-making in the clinical setting. Using a multi-factor framework-- accuracy, precision, relevance, audience, and respect--this analysis explores the process for deciding on terms to use... 2023  
Kendra J. Muller, Esq. DISABILITY DISPARITIES IN POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: COMPARING CIVIL RIGHTS THEORIES WITH EMPIRICAL DATA ON EQUAL ACCESS 13 Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy 207 (June, 2023) I. introduction: disparity in post-secondary Education. 210 A. Application of Civil Rights Theories and A cknowledgement as Class. 211 B. Introduction to the Study of Disability. 213 C. Definition of Ableism. 215 D. Definition of Disability. 216 E. Historical Background on Classifying Disability as a Civil Rights Group. 218 i. Origins. 218 ii.... 2023  
Brendan Williams DIVIDED WE FALL: THE CONCERTED ATTACK ON U.S. DEMOCRACY 59 Willamette Law Review 121 (Spring, 2023) I. Introduction. 121 II. Beginning in Victory, Trump Broke Election Norms. 127 III. A Democracy Imperiled By Conspiracy Theories. 134 IV. 2022: Democracy Largely Defeats Dystopia. 156 V. Dystopia May Yet Prevail. 167 V. Conclusion. 186 2023  
Richard Delgado , Jean Stefancic DOBBS, RIGHT-WING REVISIONISM, AND PUBLIC OUTRAGE: RODRIGO'S LATE-NIGHT CHRONICLE 72 American University Law Review 1469 (June, 2023) When we next see Rodrigo, he has been brought into town by Giannina's women's rights group. The Supreme Court had just decided Dobbs and revoked a constitutional right that had existed for fifty years prior. Giannina's organization is meeting to discuss possible responses to the Dobbs decision. While he is in town, Rodrigo decides to seek out the... 2023  
Daina Strub Kabitz ENGAGING IN EQUITY-CENTERED POLICYMAKING: STATE-LEVEL RACIAL EQUITY IMPACT ASSESSMENT TRENDS, LESSONS LEARNED, AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS 49 Mitchell Hamline Law Review 645 (June, 2023) I. Introduction. 646 II. Background. 647 III. Racial Equity Impact Assessments: Detailed Examples. 651 A. Criminal Justice Focused REIAs: Iowa's Correctional Impact Statement. 651 B. Generally Applicable REIAs: Colorado's Demographic Note. 654 C. Emerging REIA Trends at the Local Level: New York City's Racial Equity Report. 656 IV. Racial Equity... 2023  
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