AuthorTitleCitationYearKeywords in Title or Summary
Dominique Davis A 2020 PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS--BUT NOT THE ONE YOU'RE THINKING OF: WHY GUN VIOLENCE HAS SPIKED DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC & WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT 19 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 915 (Spring, 2021) 2021 In Summary
Alexander Afnan AN ABOLITIONIST VISION: RECLAIMING PUBLIC SAFETY FROM A CULTURE OF VIOLENCE 28 Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law 1 (Spring, 2021) 2021 In Summary
Rachel Sieder ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTERNATIONAL LEGAL APPROACHES TO VIOLENCE AGAINST INDIGENOUS WOMEN 115 AJIL Unbound 272 (2021) 2021 In Title
The Honorable Kirk H. Nakamura, The Honorable Deborah C. Servino ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE IN ORANGE COUNTY: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 63-OCT Orange County Lawyer 28 (October, 2021) 2021 In Title
Monica Ramsy BEYOND THE U VISA AND CARCERAL FEMINIST "CRIMMIGRATION": TRANSFORMING THE VAWA SELF-PETITION TO REMEDY SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN IMMIGRATION DETENTION 45 New York University Review of Law and Social Change 37 (2021) 2021  
Mary A. Lynch BUILDING AN ANTI-RACIST PROSECUTORIAL SYSTEM: OBSERVATIONS FROM TEACHING A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROSECUTION CLINIC 73 Rutgers University Law Review 1515 (Summer, 2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Fahim A. Gulamali CIRCUMSCRIBING THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS: THE SECOND AMENDMENT, GUN VIOLENCE, AND GUN CONTROL IN CALIFORNIA AND MISSISSIPPI 28 University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review 405 (Spring, 2021) 2021  
Corynn Wilson DOMESTIC TERRORISM SHOULD BE A CRIME: FIGHTING WHITE SUPREMACIST VIOLENCE LIKE CONGRESS FOUGHT "ANIMAL ENTERPRISE TERRORISM" 58 Houston Law Review 749 (Winter, 2021) 2021 In Title
Sumaya H. Bouadi DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, THE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT, AND ALASKA NATIVES: HOW DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS WEAPONIZED AGAINST ALASKA NATIVE SURVIVORS 33 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 169 (2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Dr. Donald F. Tibbs FROM TIKTOK TO RACIAL VIOLENCE: ANTI-BLACKNESS IN THE GENDERED SPHERE 33 Saint Thomas Law Review 198 (Spring, 2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Joerika Stitt GUN VIOLENCE AND DE FACTO SEGREGATION: COULD ENVIRONMENTAL DISCRIMINATION BE FUELING CHICAGO'S SOARING GUN VIOLENCE? 11 Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy 395 (2021) 2021  
Peggy Cooper Davis , Zachary Mason HIDDEN VOICES: REIMAGINING RACIAL VIOLENCE 44 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 217 (Spring, 2021) 2021 In Title
Maya Itah HOW THE GUN CONTROL ACT DISARMS BLACK FIREARM OWNERS 96 Washington Law Review 1191 (October, 2021) 2021 In Title
Mike German LEARNING FROM OUR MISTAKES: HOW NOT TO CONFRONT WHITE SUPREMACIST VIOLENCE 12 Journal of National Security Law & Policy 169 (2021) 2021 In Title
Nina Ciffolillo LEGAL BARRIERS TO TRIBAL JURISDICTION OVER VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN MAINE: DEVELOPMENTS AND PATHS FORWARD 73 Maine Law Review 351 (2021) 2021 In Summary
Valena E. Beety LEGAL SUPPORT FOR VICTIM COMPENSATION FUNDS FOR POLICE VIOLENCE VICTIMS 21 Nevada Law Journal 953 (Spring, 2021) 2021  
Ana Condes MAN CAMPS AND BAD MEN: LITIGATING VIOLENCE AGAINST AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN 116 Northwestern University Law Review 515 (2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
J. Thomas Sullivan MASS SHOOTINGS, MENTAL "ILLNESS," AND TARASOFF 82 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 685 (Summer, 2021) 2021  
Colleen Campbell MEDICAL VIOLENCE, OBSTETRIC RACISM, AND THE LIMITS OF INFORMED CONSENT FOR BLACK WOMEN 26 Michigan Journal of Race and Law 47 (Winter, 2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Joseph Blocher, Samuel W. Buell, Jacob D. Charles, Darrell A.H. Miller POINTING GUNS 99 Texas Law Review 1173 (May, 2021) 2021  
Bret Matthew RESPONSIBLE GUNMAKERS: HOW A NEW THEORY OF FIREARM INDUSTRY LIABILITY COULD OFFER JUSTICE FOR MASS SHOOTING VICTIMS 54 Suffolk University Law Review 401 (2021) 2021  
Shawn “Pepper” Roussel THE CARROT IS THE STICK: FOOD AS A WEAPON OF SYSTEMIC OPPRESSION FOR BLACK CONSUMERS AND THE DISENFRANCHISEMENT OF BLACK FARMERS 36 Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation 129 (2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Mark Anthony Frassetto THE NONRACIST AND ANTIRACIST HISTORY OF FIREARMS PUBLIC CARRY REGULATION 74 SMU Law Review Forum 169 (October, 2021) 2021 In Title
David G. Maxted THE QUALIFIED IMMUNITY LITIGATION MACHINE: EVISCERATING THE ANTI-RACIST HEART OF § 1983, WEAPONIZING INTERLOCUTORY APPEAL, AND THE ROUTINE OF POLICE VIOLENCE AGAINST BLACK LIVES 98 Denver Law Review 629 (Spring, 2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Lindsey Webb TRUE CRIME AND DANGER NARRATIVES: REFLECTIONS ON STORIES OF VIOLENCE, RACE, AND (IN)JUSTICE 24 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 131 (Spring, 2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Amy F. Kimpel VIOLENT VIDEOS: CRIMINAL DEFENSE IN A DIGITAL AGE 37 Georgia State University Law Review 305 (Winter, 2021) 2021  
Joseph Blocher, Reva B. Siegel WHEN GUNS THREATEN THE PUBLIC SPHERE: A NEW ACCOUNT OF PUBLIC SAFETY REGULATION UNDER HELLER 116 Northwestern University Law Review 139 (2021) 2021  
Melissa Tehee, Racheal Killgore, Sallie Mack, Devon S. Isaacs, Erica Ficklin WHEN JUSTICE DOES NOT WORK: A SOLUTION FOCUSED APPROACH TO VIOLENCE AGAINST NATIVE WOMEN IN INDIAN COUNTRY 36 Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society 33 (Spring, 2021) 2021 In Title and Summary
Eric A. Johnson WHEN PROVOCATION IS NO EXCUSE: MAKING GUN OWNERS BEAR THE RISKS OF CARRYING IN PUBLIC 69 Buffalo Law Review 943 (August, 2021) 2021  
Craig Green WHO WERE THE REAL FOUNDERS? FEDERAL GROUND: GOVERNING PROPERTY AND VIOLENCE IN THE FIRST U.S. TERRITORIES BY GREGORY ABLAVSKY. NEW YORK: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2021. PP. 360. $39.95 121 Columbia Law Review 2269 (November, 2021) 2021  
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