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Yvette N. A. Pappoe The Shortcomings of Title Vii for the Black Female Plaintiff 22 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change Change 1 (2019) Various United States courts, including the Supreme Court, have decided numerous workplace discrimination cases in the past four decades. Kimberlé Crenshaw introduced and coined the term intersectionality 25 years after Congress enacted Title VII. The formal recognition of intersectionality opened the gate for several legal scholars to criticize...; Search Snippet: ...2019 Article the Shortcomings of Title Vii for the Black Female Plaintiff Yvette N. A. Pappoe [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Yvette... 2019 African/Black American
Patricia A. Broussard Unbowed, Unbroken, and Unsung: the Unrecognized Contributions of African American Women in Social Movements, Politics, and the Maintenance of Democracy 25 William and Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice 631 (Spring, 2019) You may write me down in history With your bitter, twisted lies, You may trod me in the very dirt But still, like dust, I'll rise. Introduction I. A History of Black Women's Strength: Early Movements A. Revolts, Rebellions, and Resistance II. A History of Black Women's Strength: Post-Emancipation and The Civil Rights Movement--Part 1 A....; Search Snippet: ...2019 Essay Unbowed, Unbroken, and Unsung: the Unrecognized Contributions of African American Women in Social Movements, Politics, and the Maintenance of Democracy Patricia... 2019 African/Black American
Alexzandria Johnson We Deserve Better: How Hip Hop Perpetuates the Rape Culture of Black Women 42 North Carolina Central Law Review 139 (2019) Hi, I'm an African American woman, and if I listened to what hip hop told me that I was, I'd be the equivalent of nothing. Nothing, is just what Ms. Shawana Hall felt like on her 31 birthday. While celebrating her birthday, Shawana met a middle-aged man, Calvin Ray Kelly, who offered to drive to a party store to buy her a celebratory drink....; Search Snippet: ...Better: How Hip Hop Perpetuates the Rape Culture of Black Women Alexzandria Johnson Copyright © 2019 by the North Carolina Central University... 2019 African/Black American
Janika Best Where Is My Seat at the Table: How Informed Consent Laws Foster the Legacy of Slavery and Discrimination Against Black Women 41 Women's Rights Law Reporter Rep. 1 (Fall/Winter 2019) C1-2Table of Contents 1 Introduction. 2 I. Background. 6 A. 19 Century Gynecology. 9 B. 20 Century Gynecology. 13 II. The Competing Models of Informed Consent-The Standard Of Disclosure By Physicians To Patients. 13 A. The Physician or Community Rule. 14 B. The Patient Rule. 15 C. Issues Created by a Lack of Cultural Competency in...; Search Snippet: ...Laws Foster the Legacy of Slavery and Discrimination Against Black Women Janika Best [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Women's Rights Law Reporter... 2019 African/Black American
Sarah Deer (En)gendering Indian Law: Indigenous Feminist Legal Theory in the United States 31 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism Feminism 1 (2019) American Federal Indian law is often mistakenly assumed to be a gender-neutral discipline. Although Native women suffer disproportionately from numerous maladies, Indian law practitioners rarely engage with questions of gender discrimination or intersectional oppression. Several Canadian scholars have begun to explicate indigenous...; Search Snippet: ...Journal of Law & Feminism 2019 Article (En)gendering Indian Law: Indigenous Feminist Legal Theory in the United States Sarah Deer [Fnd1] Copyright... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Jessica Allison Beyond Vawa: Protecting Native Women from Sexual Violence Within Existing Tribal Jurisdictional Structures 90 University of Colorado Law Review 225 (Winter, 2019) One in three American Indian women will be raped in her lifetime. This rampant assault is only exacerbated by the fact that tribes have not been able to prosecute non-Indians for any crime, including rape, since the 1970s. The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 took a small step toward filling this jurisdictional hole by creating...; Search Snippet: ...Colorado Law Review Winter, 2019 Comment Beyond Vawa: Protecting Native Women from Sexual Violence Within Existing Tribal Jurisdictional Structures Jessica Allison... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Anne K. McKeig , Mary Madden Family Court Enhancement Project: Improving Access to Justice 57 Family Court Review 107 (January, 2019) In 2013, Minnesota's Fourth Judicial District was one of four courts in the country selected by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women to receive a Family Court Enhancement Project (FCEP) grant, a multiyear demonstration initiative designed to build the capacity of court systems and partner stakeholders to improve child...; Search Snippet: ...Partner and Sexual Violence Survey Found That Almost Half of Native American Women Experienced Physical Violence, Sexual Violence, And/or Stalking by An... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Carlos Berdejó Gender Disparities in Plea Bargaining 94 Indiana Law Journal 1247 (Fall, 2019) Across wide-ranging contexts, academic literature and the popular press have identified pervasive gender disparities favoring men over women in society. One area in which gender disparities have conversely favored women is the criminal justice system. Most of the empirical research examining gender disparities in criminal case outcomes has focused...; Search Snippet: ...7634059 Indiana Law Journal Indiana Law Journal Fall, 2019 Article Gender Disparities in Plea Bargaining Carlos Berdejó [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Affie B. Ellis Invisible No More 42-DEC Wyoming Lawyer 30 (December, 2019) In spring 2019, high school track star, Rosalie Fish, won three gold medals in a Washington State track championship. she crossed the finish line with a red handprint painted over her mouth and the letters, MMIW, standing for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, painted on her leg. She got the idea from another runner, Jordan Marie Daniel,...; Search Snippet: ...Lawyer December, 2019 Feature Invisible No More Combating Violence Against American Indian Women Affie B. Ellis [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Affie B. Ellis... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Christopher L. Hamilton Loving Beyond the Binary: Applying Associational Discrimination to Gender Identity under Title Vii 99 Boston University Law Review 2211 (October, 2019) The Second and Seventh Circuits, in their landmark decisions in Zarda v. Altitude Express, Inc. and Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, declared that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act encompasses sexual orientation when determining discrimination because of . sex. Both courts supported their reasoning in part through statutory...; Search Snippet: ...2019 Note Loving Beyond the Binary: Applying Associational Discrimination to Gender Identity under Title Vii Christopher L. Hamilton [Fna1] Copyright © 2019... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Neoshia R. Roemer The Violence Against Women Act of 2018: a Step in the Right Direction for Indian Children and Federal Indian Law 66-APR Federal Lawyer 52 (March/April, 2019) It is well-settled law that if a person who violates the laws of the United States is a resident of another country, that person falls within the criminal jurisdiction of the United States. Similarly, if a person crosses state lines and commits child abuse in another state, he or she falls under the jurisdiction of the state where the crime was...; Search Snippet: ...Federal Lawyer March/april, 2019 Indian Law the Violence Against Women Act of 2018: a Step in the Right Direction For... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Madalynn Martin United States V. Bryant: the Results of Upholding Women's Rights and Tribal Sovereignty 44 American Indian Law Review 117 (2019) Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a known women's advocate, authored a unanimous opinion that ensured the rights and dignity of Indian women were upheld. United States v. Bryant, while primarily focused on the rights of Indian women, is equally as important in upholding the sovereignty of tribal courts. The Supreme Court held that, because tribal court...; Search Snippet: ...2019 Note United States V. Bryant: the Results of Upholding Women's Rights and Tribal Sovereignty Madalynn Martin [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Bradley Lohsl Where Is the Hoosier Hospitality? The Ever-evolving Child-parent Relationship and Indiana's Need for Gender-neutrality 52 Indiana Law Review 135 (2019) The Constitution promises liberty to all within its reach, a liberty that includes certain specific rights that allow persons, within a lawful realm, to define and express their identity. To many in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community, this impactful sentence in the opening line of Obergefell v. Hodges provided the...; Search Snippet: ...The Ever-evolving Child-parent Relationship and Indiana's Need for Gender-neutrality Bradley Lohsl [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by the Trustees Of... 2019 American Indian/Alaskan Native
Edwina Mendelson Women and the Law--new York's Inspiring Judicial Trailblazers 91-FEB New York State Bar Journal 32 (January/February, 2019) I was admitted to the New York State bar in 1983, only six years after the Court of Appeals gained its first ever female judge. Judith S. Kaye, a true visionary and remarkable court leader who would remain its only woman until 1994, when the trailblazer Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick became the first Latina to serve on the state's highest court. At the...; Search Snippet: ...Bar Journal January/february, 2019 a View from the Bench Women and the Law--new York's Inspiring Judicial Trailblazers Edwina Mendelson... 2019 Hispanic/Latinx American
Rory Bahadur Newsworthiness as an Internet-era Mitigant of Implicit Bias 88 UMKC Law Review 1 (Fall, 2019) Newsworthiness is the legal line separating the existence of liability for the publication of true information from no liability. If true information is newsworthy the First Amendment prohibits liability for the publication of that information. Before the internet gave individuals the ability to engage in widespread publication, established media...; Search Snippet: ...Following Statistics from a 2017 National Public Radio Report: Nationally, Hispanic, Black and Asian Women Make up less than 5 Percent of Newsroom Personnel At... 2019 Multiple Groups: African/Black American; Asian American/Pacific Islander; Hispanic/Latinx
Leslie Y. Garfield Tenzer #Metoo, Statutory Rape Laws, and the Persistence of Gender Stereotypes 2019 Utah Law Review 117 (2019) In the late 1970s and early 1980s, feminists pushed for reform of statutory rape laws. At that time, states' laws limited prosecution for sexual intercourse with a female below a certain age to males. The only victims of statutory rape were female. Feminists advocated that legislatures should rewrite gender-specific sexual assault laws in gender...; Search Snippet: ...2019 Article #Metoo, Statutory Rape Laws, and the Persistence of Gender Stereotypes Leslie Y. Garfield Tenzer [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Leslie... 2019  
Gwen Jordan A Woman of Strange, Unfathomable Presence: Ida Platt's Lived Experience of Race, Gender, and Law, 1863-1939 42 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 219 (Winter, 2019) I don't have to be who you want me to be. I'm free to be who I want. Muhammad Ali, 1964 Throughout American history, race identity has always been the primary determinant of an individual's rights and power. From the country's beginning, white men at the top of the social hierarchy have passed laws and established customs that assign race...; Search Snippet: ...Gender Harvard Journal of Law & Gender Winter, 2019 Essay a Woman of Strange, Unfathomable Presence: Ida Platt's Lived Experience of Race, Gender, and Law, 1863-1939 Gwen Jordan [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Elizabeth D. Katz A Woman Stumps Her State: Nellie G. Robinson and Women's Right to Hold Public Office in Ohio 53 Akron Law Review 313 (2019) 314 I. Introduction. 314 II. Scholarship on Women's Right to Hold Public Office. 317 III. Women's Officeholding Rights in Ohio and the Nation. 320 A. Early Advocacy for Women's Officeholding Rights. 320 B. Ohioan Women Lawyers' Fight for Notarial Appointments for a Better Income. 326 C. The New Woman and Presidential Politics. 334 D....; Search Snippet: ...Wl 9514541 Akron Law Review Akron Law Review 2019 a Woman Stumps Her State: Nellie G. Robinson and Women's Right to Hold Public Office in Ohio Elizabeth D. Katz... 2019  
Elana M. Stern Accessing Accountability: Exploring Criminal Prosecution of Male Guards for Sexually Assaulting Female Inmates in U.s. Prisons 167 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 733 (February, 2019) Introduction. 734 I. Understanding the Problem. 737 A. Gender and Intersectional Hierarchies. 737 B. Reporting Abuse in the Prison Context: Fear and Retaliation. 742 II. Procedural Barriers and Access to Courts. 745 A. Prison Grievance Procedures. 745 B. The Prison Litigation Reform Act. 747 C. Pleading Requirements. 751 III. Existing Remedies and...; Search Snippet: ...Accountability: Exploring Criminal Prosecution of Male Guards for Sexually Assaulting Female Inmates in U.s. Prisons Elana M. Stern [Fnd1] Copyright © 2019... 2019  
Mary L. Heen Agency: Married Women Traders of Nantucket, 1765-1865 21 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 35 (Fall, 2019) Before the enactment of separate property and contract rights for married women, generations of married women in seaport cities and towns conducted business as merchants, traders and shopkeepers. The first part of this article shows how private law facilitated their business activities through traditional agency law, the use of powers of attorney,...; Search Snippet: ...General Issue of Gender and the Law Article Agency: Married Women Traders of Nantucket, 1765-1865 Mary L. Heen [Fna1] Copyright... 2019  
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