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José Luis Calva La Producción De Alimentos En México En El Marco De Las Políticas Neoliberales Y Del Tlcan 43 University of Miami Inter-American Law Review 45 (Fall 2011) La economía mexicana cumplió veintiocho años de haber sido convertida en un enorme laboratorio de experimentación neoliberal, id est de perseverante aplicación del decálogo de reformas estructurales y disciplinas macroeconómicas recomendadas por los organismos financieros internacionales al mundo en desarrollo, que John Williamson sintetizó en... 2011  
Steven W. Bender , Francisco Valdes Latcrit Xv Symposium Afterword--at and Beyond Fifteen: Mapping Latcrit Theory, Community, and Praxis 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 397 (Spring 2011) Introduction. 398 I. Taking Stock: LatCrit at Fifteen. 400 A. Critical Roots: LatCrit Theory, Praxis, and Community, 1995-2010. 401 1. OutCrit Democracy in Theory and Practice: Values, Functions, Guideposts, and Postulates. 401 2. The LatCrit Record: Highlights and Shortfalls in Substance and Method . 409 a. Substantive Highlights: Lats Plus... 2011 Yes
Andrea Christina Nill Latinos and S.b. 1070: Demonization, Dehumanization, and Disenfranchisement 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 35 (Spring 2011) Last year, the Arizona state legislature approved the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, or Arizona Senate Bill 1070 (S.B. 1070) as it is popularly known. The provisions of the Bill are explicitly intended to work together to discourage and deter the unlawful entry and presence of aliens. S.B. 1070 contains a series of... 2011 Yes
Leisy J. Abrego Legal Consciousness of Undocumented Latinos: Fear and Stigma as Barriers to Claims-making for First- and 1.5-generation Immigrants 45 Law and Society Review 337 (June, 2011) This article examines the legal consciousness and incorporation experiences of undocumented immigrants in the United States. Although this population may be disaggregated along several axes, one central distinction among them is their age at migration. Those who migrated as adults live out their daily lives in different social contexts than those... 2011 Yes
Yolanda Vázquez Perpetuating the Marginalization of Latinos: a Collateral Consequence of the Incorporation of Immigration Law into the Criminal Justice System 54 Howard Law Journal 639 (Spring 2011) ABSTRACT. 640 INTRODUCTION. 641 I. HISTORY OF THE EXCLUSION OF LATINOS IN THE UNITED STATES. 645 A. Denial of the Full Benefits of Citizenship. 646 B. Denial of Entry into the United States as a Legal Immigrant. 648 C. Lynching. 649 D. The Bisbee Deportation of 1917. 650 E. Mexican Repatriation. 651 F. Operation Wetback. 652 G. Chandler Roundup.... 2011 Yes
Norma E. Loza Perrymandering: a New Redistricting Plan in Texas Impacts the Latino Vote 17 Public Interest Law Reporter 29 (Fall 2011) Much like the enfranchisement struggles of African-Americans in the South during the Jim Crow era, Latinos today are the new targets of electoral shenanigans. With a growing Hispanic population, the Hispanic vote is increasingly becoming a powerful voting bloc for some politicians and a danger for others. With that in mind and a new election... 2011 Yes
Roberto L. Corrada Politics of Knowledge-production: Synecdochic Perils & Opportunities for Latina/os in the Academy 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 257 (Spring 2011) We must be ever vigilant of the human urge to come to general conclusions from individual or specific events. In the area of race, this same theme travels through the idea of non-essentialism, an important part of any critical race project. The urge is powerful, though, as Professor Gerald Torres reminds us in his article Synecdoche. After the... 2011 Yes
James W. Paulsen 'Preserved from the Wreck': Lingering Traces of Hispanic Law in Texas 49-OCT Houston Lawyer 10 (September/October, 2011) In the diverse mix of cultures that makes Texas unique, the state's Spanish and Mexican heritage features prominently, from Tex-Mex cuisine J and barbeque to Cinco de Mayo, fiesta, and rodeo. Cultural influences on Texas law are more difficult to pin down. Books could be written (and one short book actually has been written ) on the subject. This... 2011 Yes
Lupe S. Salinas , Fernando Colon-Navarro Racial Profiling as a Means of Thwarting the Alleged Latino Security Threat 37 Thurgood Marshall Law Review 5 (Fall, 2011) Not all Latinos are undocumented persons, and not all undocumented persons are Latinos. Throughout the history of Latino presence and immigration to the United States, the open welcome extended by many Americans eventually developed into rejection and an effort to terminate the invitation. Persons of Mexican ethnicities were initially welcomed... 2011 Yes
Javier Perez Reasonably Suspicious of Being Mojado: the Legal Derogation of Latinos in Immigration Enforcement 17 Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy 99 (Spring, 2011) C1-3Summary I. Introduction 100 II. The Legal Framework & Doctrinal Prejudice 104 A. [Un]Reasonableness of an Exception to the Fourth Amendment 104 B. Equal Protection as a Guardian for Fairness 109 C. A Comment on Non-Federal Enforcement 113 III. The Cultural Force of Immigration Status 114 IV. CONCLUSION 122 2011 Yes
Kevin Brown Should Black Immigrants Be Favored over Black Hispanics and Black Multiracials in the Admissions Processes of Selective Higher Education Programs? 54 Howard Law Journal 255 (Winter 2011) INTRODUCTION. 256 I. EFFORTS TO STANDARDIZE THE COLLECTION OF DATA ON RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE 1970s: ADOPTION OF DIRECTIVE 15. 266 II. ADOPTION OF THE 1997 REVISED STANDARDS. 272 A. Need to Revise Directive 15. 272 B. 1997 Revised Standards. 274 1. Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity Question and the Two Question Format. 274 2. How to Collect Data on... 2011 Yes
Leo P. Martinez, Jennifer M. Martinez The Internal Revenue Code and Latino Realities: a Critical Perspective 22 University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy 377 (December, 2011) Introduction. 378 I. A Tax and Tax Policy Primer. 380 A. The Federal Income Tax System. 380 B. A Tax Policy Primer. 382 1. Horizontal and Vertical Equity. 383 2. Benefit Theory. 384 3. A Critique of Tax Policy Critiques. 386 II. The Code and the Poor. 388 III. Latino Realities. 391 A. The Deduction for Personal Residence Interest. 392 B. Latinos... 2011 Yes
Nelson Maldonado-Torres The Latina/o Academy of Arts and Sciences: Decolonizing Knowledge and Society in the Context of Neo-apartheid 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 283 (Spring 2011) Inspired by the massive protests in 2006 against the criminalization of illegal immigration in H.R. 4437, and after months of communication and organizing, dozens of Latina/o scholars met at the University of California, Berkeley, on May 2-3 2008, in a first round of discussions exploring the possibility of establishing a Latina/o Academy of Arts... 2011 Yes
María Pabón López, Diomedes J. Tsitouras, Pierce C. Azuma The Prospects and Challenges of Educational Reform for Latino Undocumented Children: an Essay Examining Alabama's H.b. 56 and Other State Immigration Measures 6 FIU Law Review 231 (Spring, 2011) In May 2010, First Lady Michelle Obama was visiting a suburban Washington, D.C. elementary school when a second grader said to her, [m]y mom says that Barack Obama is taking everybody away that doesn't have papers. Mrs. Obama responded, that's something that we have to work on, right? To make sure that people can be here with the right kind of... 2011 Yes
Maria Chávez The Rise of the Latino Lawyer 97-OCT ABA Journal 34 (October, 2011) Editor's note: This article, though anecdotal in narrative, is based on an in-depth study of Latino professionals in Washington state involving interviews and detailed surveys of personal histories from a scientific sample of 102 Latino lawyers. Washington's Latino population closely resembles that of the greater U.S., and includes immigrant... 2011 Yes
Kristina M. Campbell The Road to S.b. 1070: How Arizona Became Ground Zero for the Immigrants' Rights Movement and the Continuing Struggle for Latino Civil Rights in America 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 1 (Spring 2011) When Arizona Governor Janice K. Brewer signed into law the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act-better known as S.B. 1070 -in April 2010, the world was taken aback not only by the State of Arizona's brazen attempt to regulate immigration at the state level, but also by the means it authorized for doing so. By giving state and... 2011 Yes
Joel Marrero-Otero What Does a Wise Latina Look Like? An Intersectional Analysis of Sonia Sotomayor's Confirmation to the U.s. Supreme Court 30 Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review 177 (2011) On May 26, 2009, President Barack Obama announced Sonia Sotomayor's nomination to replace Justice David Souter of the U.S. Supreme Court. In his remarks, President Obama noted that Sotomayor would bring more varied experience on the bench than anyone currently serving on the United States Supreme Court had when they were appointed. Sotomayor's... 2011 Yes
Laura A. Hernandez When the Wise Latina Judge Meets a Living Constitution--why it Is a Matter of Perspective 17 Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy 53 (Spring, 2011) C1-3Summary I. INTRODUCTION 55 II. THE SUPREME COURT'S HISTORICAL USE OF PERCEPTION AND JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION OF THE CONSTITUTION AS REFLECTED IN THE RACIAL DISCRIMINATION CASES 57 A. The Evolution of Impermissible Racial Discrimination and the Perspective that Shaped It Beginning with Dred Scott 57 1. The Dred Scott Analysis 58 2. Chief Justice... 2011 Yes
Paula M. L. Moya Why Latina/o? Why Academy? 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 295 (Spring 2011) In considering the formation of The Latina/o Academy of Arts and Sciences, two basic questions must be confronted. The first involves the rationale for organizing around a racial or ethnic category. The second has to do with the necessity of organizing ourselves as university-based researchers and teachers who are concerned with the welfare of... 2011 Yes
Robert F. Castro Xenomorph!! 46 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 1 (2011) The national debate over illegal immigration has been dramatically altered since 9/11. In his book The Latino Threat, Leo R. Chavez argues that Latina/o immigrants--including those U.S. populations that physically resemble them-- have been socially constructed as grave risks to the United States. Arizona Senate Bill 1070 (hereinafter S.B. 1070)... 2011  
Brenda Valle You Don't Have to Reinvent the Wheel: a Comparison of Wage and Hour Laws, Their Effects on the Latino Family, and What We Can Learn from Them 8 Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal 137 (Summer, 2011) Latinos have become the fastest growing minority population in the United States. As a result, the United States has seen a surfacing of issues that have had a unique impact on the Latino population. One such issue that has specifically affected Latinos is the weakness in wage and hour laws, both at the federal and state level. Latinos as a group... 2011 Yes
Justice Edward L. Chávez, New Mexico Supreme Court !Reconociendo El Pasado, Reclamando El Futuro! 20 Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 205 (2010) Thank you for the kind introduction and for the invitation to share with you my thoughts about our profession and the virtues that will open doors to a career in the judiciary. When Deanza Valencia Sapien invited me to speak to the National Latina/o Law Student Association (NLLSA), I was excited and honored, especially because of the theme:... 2010  
  2009 Harvard Latino Law and Policy Conference Building Bridges: Connecting the Us and Latin America 13 Harvard Latino Law Review 127 (Spring 2010) Moderator: It really is a pleasure to be here this afternoon because we've got a great line up of speakers with us and some really timely issues to talk about as they relate both to the U.S. and Latin America. This afternoon's panel is titled The 2009 Summit of the Americas and What it Means for Latin America and the panelists here will be speaking... 2010 Yes
Christopher F. Bagnato Change Is Needed: How Latinos Are Affected by the Process of Jury Selection 29 Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review 59 (2010) Latinos have long been a part of the United States. Yet, only until recently have Latinos held an increasingly meaningful voice in the American public discourse. It is estimated that by the year 2050, nearly one in three U.S. residents will be Latino. Accordingly, as their numbers increase, issues that affect Latinos will begin to gain more... 2010 Yes
Amy Jo Coffey , Amy Kristin Sanders Defining a Product Market for Spanish-language Broadcast Media: Lessons from United States V. Univision Communications, Inc. and Hispanic Broadcasting 15 Communication Law and Policy 55 (Winter, 2010) In 2003, a media merger with dramatic content and policy implications went largely unnoticed. Little attention was paid to the transaction because it did not affect the majority; it affected the largest minority population in the United States: Hispanics. Although up to 65% of Hispanics prefer Spanish-language media, most broadcast media now come... 2010 Yes
Leah Schmalzbauer Disruptions, Dislocations, and Inequalities: Transnational Latino/a Families Surviving the Global Economy 88 North Carolina Law Review 1857 (June, 2010) This Article draws on field research with Honduran and Mexican transnational families and the transnational family literature to explore how global inequality is influencing gender and class relations within poor migrant families. This Article begins with an overview of the relationship between globalization, Latino/a migration, and transnational... 2010 Yes
Seth S. Andersen Diversity on the Bench: Is the 'Wise Latina' a Myth? 93 Judicature 208 (March-April 2010) I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn't lived that life. --Then-Judge Sonia Sotomayor, Judge Mario G. Olmos Memorial Lecture, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, 2001. Judge Delissa Ridgway, Chair of the National... 2010 Yes
Martin Saavedra Engaged Intellectuals: Comments on the Crisis of the Latina/o Public Intellectual 18 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 811 (2010) I. Introduction. 811 II. What Public Sphere(s)?. 812 III. Essentialism and Anti-Essentialism: The Possibility of a Latina/o Public Intellectual. 815 IV. Intellectuals from Below. 819 V. Conclusion. 822 2010 Yes
Debra Duncan Hispanic Attorneys Committee to Sponsor Heritage Celebration Oct. 14 12 No. 21 Lawyers Journal 4 (October 8, 2010) The Allegheny County Bar Association Hispanic Attorneys Committee will sponsor its annual Hispanic Celebration on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010 at the Rivers Club in One Oxford Centre. This is the fifth annual celebration sponsored by the Hispanic Attorneys Committee. It will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and will include hors d'oeuvres and... 2010 Yes
Jill L. Cruz , Melinda S. Molina Hispanic National Bar Association Commission on Latinas in the Legal Profession National Study on the Status of Latinas in the Legal Profession Few and Far Between: the Reality of Latina Lawyers 37 Pepperdine Law Review 971 (March 1, 2010) I. Introduction II. Study Methodology A. Study Overview B. Focus Group Research Methods 1. Overview 2. Recruitment of Participants 3. Data Collection and Analysis C. Survey Research Methods 1. Overview 2. Sampling and Procedures 3. Survey Questionnaire D. Study Limitations III. Profile of Latinas in the Legal Profession A. Demographic Profile of... 2010 Yes
Originally Published by the Hispanic National Bar Association , Jill Lynch Cruz , Melinda S. Molina , Jenny Rivera Hispanic National Bar Association Commission on the Status of Latinas in the Legal Profession Study on Latina Attorneys in the Public Interest Sector La Voz De La Abogada Latina: Challenges and Rewards in Serving the Public Interest 14 CUNY Law Review 147 (Winter 2010) I. Introduction. 150 II. Study Methodology. 153 A. Study Overview. 153 B. Focus Group Research Methodology. 154 C. Survey Methodology. 154 D. Study Limitations. 155 E. Study Researchers and Co-Authors. 156 III. Study Participants' Background and Status. 157 A. Overview of Public Interest Sector Attorneys. 157 B. Study Participants' Demographic... 2010 Yes
L. Darnell Weeden It Is Discriminatory for Arizona or Society to Engage in the Anti-immigration Practice of Profiling Hispanics for Speaking Spanish 12 Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law 109 (Fall 2010) This article addresses whether it is a discriminatory practice for Arizona or society to engage in the practice of profiling Hispanics for speaking Spanish. It first looks at whether the United States Constitution allows Arizona to implement an anti-immigration law, S.B. 1070, that creates a presumption that speaking Spanish by a person Hispanic in... 2010 Yes
Alina M. Perez , Kathy L. Cerminara La Caja De Pandora: Improving Access to Hospice Care among Hispanic and African-american Patients 10 Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy 255 (Spring 2010) It has been said that end-of-life medical treatment options represent the ultimate Pandora's Box. This metaphor depicts the process most patients face upon learning they are facing terminal illnesses. Many patients, when first learning about their diagnoses and prognoses, will seek more information about the illness and try every available... 2010 Yes
Marc-Tizoc González Latina/o (Public/legal) Intellectuals, Social Crises, and Contemporary Social Movements 18 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 787 (2010) I. Introduction. 787 II. Historicizing Inquiries About Latina/o Intellectuals. 789 A. Agents, Actors, and Subjects of History. 791 B. Gente de corazón - activistas y intelectuales. 794 1. Latina Labor Leaders. 795 2. Latino Journalists. 797 III. Conclusion. 799 2010 Yes
Beth Caldwell Latinas' Experiences in Relation to Gangs: Intersectionality of Race, Class, Gender, and the State 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 19 (Spring, 2010) Women involved with gangs face gender bias and oppression at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels: within themselves and their families, within the gang subculture, at the community level, and through the state, as enacted by the law and its systems of enforcement. Gang-involved women face multiple experiences of victimization that occur within these... 2010 Yes
Augustina H. Reyes Latino Children: U.s. Disaster and Educational Transformation 10 Whittier Journal of Child and Family Advocacy 53 (Fall 2010) Children comprise nearly 25 percent of the U.S. population. They represent the promise of our nation. We are confident most Americans in the face of a disaster would place the lives and well-being of children above all else. Yet it is sobering to inform you that when it comes to disaster planning and management across our great nation, children are... 2010 Yes
Andrew W. Bribriesco Latino/a Plaintiffs and the Intersection of Stereotypes, Unconscious Bias, Race-neutral Policies, and Personal Injury 13 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 373 (Winter 2010) A man is driving down the street in his pickup truck. He is on his way to work. For twenty years, the man has taken the same route to the factory--he passes two large intersections on Highway One and turns right on Riverside Drive. While crossing the second intersection, another car fails to stop at the red light and crashes into the side of the... 2010 Yes
Melissa R. Michelson, Ph.D. Majority-latino Districts and Latino Political Power 5 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy 159 (2010) The Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA) was aimed at ensuring that all citizens, and in particular African Americans, have equal opportunity to participate in the political process. Initial enforcement focused on eliminating tools of Black disenfranchisement that had developed over the previous century: grandfather clauses, literacy tests, poll taxes,... 2010 Yes
Leticia M. Saucedo , Maria Cristina Morales Masculinities Narratives and Latino Immigrant Workers: a Case Study of the Las Vegas Residential Construction Trades 33 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 625 (Summer 2010) Introduction. 625 I. The Development of Brown-Collar Construction Work in Las Vegas. 628 A. The Study. 628 B. The Independent Contractor Arrangement. 629 C. Piece Rate Wages. 631 D. Safety Conditions. 633 II. Masculinities Operating in the Residential Construction Industry. 634 A. Masculinities Theory in General. 635 B. The Brown-Collar Worker... 2010 Yes
Stephen N. Zack Minority Report 96-OCT ABA Journal 8 (October, 2010) in september 1968, congress authorized President Lyndon B. Johnson to proclaim National Hispanic Heritage Week. Today we devote a month to celebrating the contributions of Hispanic-Americans to this country, including their contributions to the law. Yet we know that their potential to enrich our profession has not been realized. Although... 2010  
Kristi L. Bowman Pursuing Educational Opportunities for Latino/a Students 88 North Carolina Law Review 911 (March, 2010) The number and percentage of Latino/a students in U.S. public schools continue to grow rapidly, yet the literature lacks a comprehensive analysis of how existing law can be used to advocate for these students' interests. This Article first lays the sociolegal foundation necessary to contextualize such an analysis. Then, it aims to provide such an... 2010 Yes
Ronald Jay Coleman , Lucy Panza Reactions 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 49 (Spring, 2010) Beth Caldwell's Latinas' Experiences in Relation to Gangs rightly identifies the lack of participation in traditional social institutions and the resulting internalized disempowerment as root causes of gang participation among Latinas. However, in my opinion the author goes too far when she suggests that this lack of participation and... 2010  
Michael A. Olivas Review Essay--the Arc of Triumph and the Agony of Defeat; Mexican Americans and the Law 60 Journal of Legal Education 354 (November, 2010) Richard R. Valencia, Chicano Students and the Courts: The Mexican American Legal Struggle for Educational Equality, New York: NYU Press, 2008, pp. 480, $25.00. Philippa Strum, Mendez v. Westminster: School Desegregation and Mexican-American Rights, Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2010, pp. 192, cloth $34.95, paper $16.95. Ignacio M. Garcia,... 2010  
Erika G. Litvak Selected Update on Tax Information Exchange Agreements in Latina America 16 Law & Business Review of the Americas 335 (Spring 2010) IN 1597, Francis Bacon wrote that knowledge is power. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) could not agree more with that statement after 2009. After a successful Voluntary Compliance Initiative for undisclosed foreign accounts that started on March 23, 2009 and ended on October 15, 2009 (after an extended deadline from its original due date on... 2010 Yes
Professor Melinda S. Molina Symposia Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Ronald H. Brown's Graduation from the School of Law Role Models: Theory, Practice, and Effectiveness among Latina Lawyers 25 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 125 (Fall 2010) This past year, Justice Sonia Sotomayor became the first, and sole, Hispanic appointed to the United States Supreme Court. Remarkably, Latinas--who constitute 7% of the total U.S. population and are part of the largest and fastest-growing ethnic group--represent only 1.3% of the nation's lawyers. Simply stated, Justice Sotomayor's story of... 2010 Yes
Lucy Panza The (Un)holy Trinity: Unconscionable Contracts Between Latinas and the Family, Religion, and the State 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 299 (Fall, 2010) Cecilia is a 44-year old Mexican immigrant living in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of the District of Columbia. She entered the United States illegally with her husband, Ernesto, in 2001 while she was pregnant with her first son, Antonio. He was born shortly after they settled in D.C. Ever since she and Ernesto arrived, Cecilia has been working... 2010 Yes
Linda Maria Wayner The Affirmatively Hispanic Judge: Modern Opportunities for Increasing Hispanic Representation on the Federal Bench 16 Texas Wesleyan Law Review 535 (Symposium Edition 2010) Diverse representation at the most elite levels of the legal profession is a compelling issue for all lawyers of color. Ascending to the ranks of the federal judiciary is a capstone achievement, requiring noteworthy credentials in addition to a serendipitous alignment of fortunate timing, political connections, and in some cases, particular... 2010 Yes
Gonzalo Aguilar , Sandra Lafosse , Hugo Rojas , Rébecca Steward , Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law,, CYE Consult,, Alberto Hurtado University,, FIAN Int The Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Peoples in Latin America 2 No. 2 Pace International Law Review Online Companion 44 (September, 2010) In the last few decades, recognition of indigenous peoples' rights in Latin American constitutions has undergone a vertiginous evolution. For many years, legal systems of Latin America ignored, excluded, assimilated, and repressed indigenous peoples. This article explains the diversity of recognition of indigenous peoples' rights in the... 2010 Yes
Beth Lyon The Unsigned United Nations Migrant Worker Rights Convention: an Overlooked Opportunity to Change the "Brown Collar" Migration Paradigm 42 New York University Journal of International Law & Politics 389 (Winter 2010) I. Introduction. 392 II. Brushing the Dust off the U.N. Migrant Worker Convention. 401 A. The Migrant Worker Convention Has Passed through Few Stages of the U.S. Multilateral Treaty-Making Process. 403 1. Steps One and Two: Active Executive Engagement in Negotiation. 404 2. Steps Three and Four: Delayed Executive Signature and Submission to Senate,... 2010  
Melinda Catren and Veronica Arechederra Hall A Class Apart: a Mexican American Civil Rights Story - Law on Film 17-JUL Nevada Lawyer 54 (July, 2009) Not considered black, Mexican Americans in the 1950s were not protected by the same civil rights that African Americans were slowly gaining. At the same time, Mexican Americans were certainly not treated as white. They were, quite literally, A Class Apart. The PBS Home Video documentary of that name takes a look at the seminal U.S. Supreme Court... 2009  
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