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Mae C. Quinn Black Women and Girls and the Twenty-sixth Amendment: Constitutional Connections, Activist Intersections, and the First Wave Youth Suffrage Movement 43 Seattle University Law Review 1237 (Summer, 2020) C1-2Contents Introduction. 1238 I. White Men Twenty-one Years of Age as Historic Political Citizens. 1241 II. Taking Charge of an Age: Nash and Quilloin as Black Teen Activists in the 1960s. 1246 III. Drawing in Presidents Kennedy and Johnson as Unlikely First Wave Allies. 1252 IV. Powerful Black Girls Becoming Powerful Black Women: Additional...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review Seattle University Law Review Summer, 2020 Article Black Women and Girls and the Twenty-sixth Amendment: Constitutional Connections, Activist Intersections, And... 2020 African/Black American
Nadia E. Brown , Danielle C. Lemi Life for Me Ain't Been No Crystal Stair: Black Women Candidates and the Democratic Party 100 Boston University Law Review 1613 (October, 2020) C1-2Contents Introduction. 1614 I. Black Women Candidates and Party Politics. 1617 A. Democratic Party. 1617 B. Black Women Candidates. 1620 II. Data and Methods. 1623 A. The Sample. 1623 B. The Method. 1625 III. Black Women Candidates' Experiences with the Democratic Party. 1626 A. The Democratic Party: Gatekeeping and Racial Politics. 1626 B. The...; Search Snippet: ...Rights Life for Me Ain't Been No Crystal Stair: Black Women Candidates and the Democratic Party Nadia E. Brown [Fna1] Danielle... 2020 African/Black American
Paul K. Stafford Men, Their Rights and Nothing More; Women, Their Rights and Nothing Less 83 Texas Bar Journal 372 (June, 2020) Annually, our nation commemorates black history in February and women's history in March; however, in 2020 we are commemorating the anniversaries of two seminal movements culminating in the ratification of two constitutional amendments--the 150th anniversary of the 15th and the 100th anniversary of the 19th. It is no more possible to understand the...; Search Snippet: ...Journal June, 2020 Feature Men, Their Rights and Nothing More; Women, Their Rights and Nothing less the 15th Amendment at 150... 2020 African/Black American
John Baick Nasty Woman and "Very Happy Young Girl": the Political Culture of Women in Donald Trump's America 42 Western New England Law Review 341 (2020) Discussions of gender and politics in the present day must include a consideration of the charged atmosphere of our political culture. Americans were embroiled in culture wars for much of the twentieth century--conflicts that included the right of women to vote, the civil rights of African Americans and other minority groups, and the meaning of...; Search Snippet: ...Review Western New England Law Review 2020 Article Nasty [Fn1] Woman and Very Happy Young Girl : [Fn2] the Political Culture of Women in Donald Trump's America John Baick [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020 African/Black American
Joan Marie Johnson Not as a Favor, Not as a Privilege, but as a Right: Woman Suffragists, Race, Rights, and the Nineteenth Amendment 42 Western New England Law Review 385 (2020) This brief history of the woman suffrage movement shows how various suffragists believed the right to vote for women was a human right that all American citizens should possess, while other suffragists viewed their struggle as one for respect and protection from abusive men. These differences are particularly salient in the fraught role of black...; Search Snippet: ...A Favor, Not as a Privilege, but as a Right: Woman Suffragists, Race, Rights, and the Nineteenth Amendment Joan Marie Johnson... 2020 African/Black American
Pamuela Halliwell, LMFT The Dying Black Transgender Woman: Sight Unseen #Saytheirnames 42 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 6 (Spring, 2020) INTRODUCTION. 7 I. THE FOUNDATION BEHIND VIOLENCE UPON BLACK TRANS WOMEN. 9 A. Transgender Women Lives Lost as a Result of Unequal Rights and Protections: Misgendering by Law Enforcement & The Media. 9 B. Factors leading to Anti-transgender Stigma and Increased Violence. 14 II. CURRENT ADMINISTRATION VIEWING BLACK TRANSGENDER WOMEN'S LIVES AS LESS...; Search Snippet: ...Jefferson Law Review Spring, 2020 Article the Dying Black Transgender Woman: Sight Unseen #Saytheirnames Pamuela Halliwell Lmft [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020 African/Black American
Homer C. La Rue , Alan A. Symonette The Ray Corollary Initiative: How to Achieve Diversity and Inclusion in Arbitrator Selection 63 Howard Law Journal 215 (Winter, 2020) C1-2TABLE OF CONTENTS PART I A RESTATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM. 216 Introduction. 216 A. Jay-Z's Cried Alarm--Current Statement of an Old Problem. 218 B. What We Know About the Numbers and Why They Are Not Changing. 220 C. The Factors that Lead to Under-Selection of Persons of Color and Women in Labor-Management and Employment Arbitrations. 221 PART II...; Search Snippet: ...200 Eligible Arbitrators on the Roster Only Three Identified as African American, Two Men and One Woman. One of the Men Had a Conflict of Interest Leaving... 2020 African/Black American
Danielle Johnson Walk in My Shoes: a Day in the Life of a Black Woman Attorney 64-SPG Boston Bar Journal 13 (Spring, 2020) This article is a companion piece to Owning The Space: A Candid Conversation with Supreme Judicial Court Associate Justice Kimberly S. Budd, below. If you approach the steps of the Edward Brooke Courthouse (named after the first African-American elected to the U.S. Senate since Reconstruction) around 8:45 A.M. on a Thursday morning--colloquially...; Search Snippet: ...My Shoes: a Day in the Life of a Black Woman Attorney Danielle Johnson [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Boston Bar Association... 2020 African/Black American
Lolita Buckner Inniss While the Water Is Stirring: Sojourner Truth as Proto-agonist in the Fight for (Black) Women's Rights 100 Boston University Law Review 1637 (October, 2020) This Essay argues for a greater understanding of Sojourner Truth's little-discussed role as a proto-agonist (a marginalized, long-suffering forerunner as opposed to a protagonist, a highly celebrated central character) in the process that led up to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Though the Nineteenth Amendment failed to deliver on its...; Search Snippet: ...Sojourner Truth as Proto-agonist in the Fight for (Black) Women's Rights Lolita Buckner Inniss [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by the Trustees... 2020 African/Black American
Amber Simmons Why Are We So Mad? The Truth Behind "Angry" Black Women and Their Legal Invisibility as Victims of Domestic Violence 36 Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 47 (Spring, 2020) When I say I am a Black feminist, I mean I recognize that my power as well as my primary oppressions come as a result of my Blackness as well as my womanness, and therefore my struggles on both of these fronts are inseparable. --Audre Lorde, Self-described Black feminist, lesbian, poet, mother, warrior Janay Palmer and Ray Rice met in typical...; Search Snippet: ...Why Are We So Mad? The Truth Behind Angry Black Women and Their Legal Invisibility as Victims of Domestic Violence Amber... 2020 African/Black American
Carly Gillespie Columbus's Legacy: Trafficking of Native American Women in the 21st Century 71 South Carolina Law Review 685 (Spring, 2020) I. Introduction. 686 II. Background. 689 A. Statistics of Human Trafficking on Reservations, or Lack Thereof. 689 B. Categories of Intergenerational Trauma. 691 1. History of Oppression and Objectification. 691 2. Intergenerational Trauma. 695 C. Specific Vulnerabilities of Native Women. 696 D. Man Camps, Casinos, and Tourism. 698 III. Inadequacies...; Search Snippet: ...Carolina Law Review Spring, 2020 Note Columbus's Legacy: Trafficking of Native American Women in the 21st Century Carly Gillespie [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Emily Mendoza Jurisdictional Transparency and Native American Women 11 California Law Review Online 141 (May, 2020) While lawmakers have long known that Native American women experience gender-based violence at higher rates than any other population, lawmakers historically have addressed these harms by implementing jurisdictional changes: removing tribal jurisdiction entirely, limiting tribal jurisdiction, or returning jurisdiction to tribes in a piecemeal...; Search Snippet: ...California Law Review Online May, 2020 Article Jurisdictional Transparency and Native American Women Emily Mendoza [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Emily Mendoza While Lawmakers Have Long Known That Native American Women Experience Gender-based Violence at Higher Rates than Any Other Population, Lawmakers... 2020 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Amanda Robert Telling Untold Stories 106-SEP ABA Journal 60 (August/September, 2020) Lauren van Schilfgaarde and Heather Torres introduced the ABA to the missing and murdered indigenous women crisis in February by first sharing the stories of those who suffered. One involved Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, a 22-year-old Spirit Lake tribal member who was eight months pregnant when she disappeared from her Fargo, North Dakota, apartment...; Search Snippet: ...Americanbar.org Members Who Inspire [Fna1] Telling Untold Stories Two Young Native American Lawyers Call for Action on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Amanda Robert Copyright © 2020 by American Bar Association; Amanda Robert... 2020 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Melissa Broaddus The Intersectionality of Race, Gender, Poverty, and Intimate Partner Violence 17 Indiana Health Law Review 207 (2020) Trigger Warning: The following story may trigger an adverse reaction for survivors of intimate partner violence, or IPV. Robert Kelly, better known by his stage name R. Kelly, and Andrea Kelly have been divorced for almost a decade. Unfortunately, Andrea is still tormented by the abuse she experienced from her now ex-husband. During an appearance...; Search Snippet: ...Indiana Health Law Review 2020 Note the Intersectionality of Race, Gender, Poverty, and Intimate Partner Violence Melissa Broaddus Copyright © 2020 By... 2020 American Indian/Alaskan Native
  The Missing and Murder of Indigenous Women and Girls: New Policies on an Enduring Crisis 56 Criminal Law Bulletin 1 (2020) Dr. Fox is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminology & Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. She earned a Ph.D. in Sociology and Criminology & Law from the University of Florida. She acknowledges and expresses sincere thanks to the following people who provided valuable substantive feedback on earlier manuscript drafts: Debbie...; Search Snippet: ...2020 Criminal Law Bulletin the Missing and Murder of Indigenous Women and Girls: New Policies on an Enduring Crisis Kathleen A. Fox * Abstract the Violent Victimization of Indigenous ( Native American) Women and Girls Continues to Be a National and International Crisis. Compared To... 2020 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Adam Crepelle Tribal Courts, the Violence Against Women Act, and Supplemental Jurisdiction: Expanding Tribal Court Jurisdiction to Improve Public Safety in Indian Country 81 Montana Law Review 59 (Winter, 2020) In Indian country, non-Indians are essentially above the law. Non-Indians cannot be prosecuted by Indian tribes; consequently, the United States Commission on Civil Rights has declared that Indians have become easy crime targets. In particular, Indian women have become prime victims for non-Indian sexual predators. Rape rates skyrocket when...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review Winter, 2020 Article Tribal Courts, the Violence Against Women Act, and Supplemental Jurisdiction: Expanding Tribal Court Jurisdiction to Improve... 2020 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Catherine Powell Race, Gender, and Nation in an Age of Shifting Borders: the Unstable Prisms of Motherhood and Masculinity 24 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 133 (Spring, 2020) C1-2Table of Contents Introduction. 134 I. Nationhood, Borders, and Fluidity. 140 II. The Welfare Cheat Narrative: Using the Race and Gender of Latina Mothers to Shift Borders Inward. 142 A. The New Welfare Queen. 143 B. Shifting the Border Inward: A New Way of Understanding the Family Separation Policy. 147 III. The Criminal and the...; Search Snippet: ...And Foreign Affairs Spring, 2020 Article and Comment Article Race, Gender, and Nation in an Age of Shifting Borders: the Unstable... 2020 Hispanic/Latinx American
Sandra Beltran, Esq. Ya Basta! The Solutions to Sexual Harassment in the Workplace for Women Janitors Working at Nighttime When Nobody Can Hear Them 55 University of San Francisco Law Review 69 (2020) YA BASTA! SAID LETICIA SOTO in a letter she wrote to her rapist when she referred to herself as the invisible woman. Leticia S., like many other Latina women, came to the United States with the hope of providing a better life for her children. Leticia S. came from Mexico City as a happy and hopeful single mother, who imagined herself singing...; Search Snippet: ...Basta! The Solutions to Sexual Harassment in the Workplace for Women Janitors Working at Nighttime When Nobody Can Hear Them Sandra... 2020 Hispanic/Latinx American
Vinecea Edwards Gender Equality in the Legal Workplace 37 No. 4 GPSolo 22 (July/August, 2020) I'm a millennial lawyer who dreams of bursting through the glass ceiling for those who follow behind me. As a mixed-race, Black and Muscogee Creek Native woman lawyer, I am inspired by Lyda Conley (the first Native American woman admitted to the bar), Charlotte E. Ray (the first African American woman admitted to the bar), my mother, and my...; Search Snippet: ...22 2020 Wl 5758857 Gpsolo Gpsolo July/august, 2020 Feature Gender Equality in the Legal Workplace the Heart of the Matter... 2020 Multipe Groups: African/Black American; American Indian/Alaskan Native
Cassandra A. Bailey, Betsy E. Galicia, Kalin Z. Salinas, Melissa Briones, Sheila Hugo, Kristin Hunter, Amanda C. Venta, Sam Houston State University, Community Supervision and Corrections Department, Huntsville, Texas, Sam Houston State University Racial/ethnic and Gender Disparities in Anger Management Therapy as a Probation Condition 44 Law and Human Behavior 88 (February, 2020) Objective: This study examined whether race/ethnicity and gender predicted sentencing to anger management therapy as a probation condition. Hypotheses: We predicted judges would be more likely to assign African Americans and Hispanics, and males to anger management than Caucasians and women, respectively. We hypothesized demographic variables would...; Search Snippet: ...Behavior Law and Human Behavior February, 2020 Racial/ethnic and Gender Disparities in Anger Management Therapy as a Probation Condition [Fna1... 2020 Multiple Groups: African/Black American; Hispanic/Latinx
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