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Ruqaiijah Yearby The Impact of Structural Racism in Employment and Wages on Minority Women's Health 43 Human Rights 21 (2018) In 2010, at the end of the great recession that disproportionately harmed racial minorities and women, the federal government recognized that health disparities are caused by the social determinants of health (SDOH) (Figure 1), which are outside an individual's control. (Sec'y's Advisory Comm, on Nat'l Health Promotion & Disease Prevention...; Search Snippet: ...Impact of Structural Racism in Employment and Wages on Minority Women's Health Ruqaiijah Yearby [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by American Bar Association... 2018  
Gretchen Borchelt The Impact Poverty Has on Women's Health 43 Human Rights 16 (2018) I magine being forced to choose between paying for necessary health care and paying for food, rent, or your child's school supplies. This is the untenable situation in which many poor women find themselves. Despite the Affordable Care Act's advancements in making health care more available and affordable for millions of women across the country,...; Search Snippet: ...Human Rights Human Rights 2018 the Impact Poverty Has on Women's Health Gretchen Borchelt [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by American Bar Association... 2018  
Leoni Fred The Invisible Voices of the Movement to End Violence Against Women: Immigrant Survivors with Criminal Convictions 8 University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review 57 (Summer, 2018) I. Introduction. 58 II. Part II. 60 A. Emergence of the Movement to End Violence Against Women. 60 B. Successes Under VAWA. 61 C. The Innocent Victim Icon. 63 i. Influences on WAVA. 65 III. Part III. 66 A. Domestic Violence Correlation to the Risk of Incarceration. 66 IV. Part IV. 69 A. Influences on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 69...; Search Snippet: ...The Invisible Voices of the Movement to End Violence Against Women: Immigrant Survivors with Criminal Convictions Leoni Fred Copyright © 2018 By... 2018  
Sheila M. Lake The Right to Gender Self-identification - Post Obergefell 19 Western Michigan University Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law 293 (2018) C1-2Table of Contents INTRODUCTION. 294 BACKGROUND. 296 Defining Sex vs. Gender. 296 International Transgender Roles. 297 Role and History of Transgendered People in America. 298 Impact on Quality of Life. 300 Legal Consequences. 303 ANALYSIS. 304 Precedent in Transgendered Cases. 304 Dignity and Fundamental Rights. 306 Deeply Rooted and Implicit...; Search Snippet: ...Of Practical and Clinical Law 2018 Article the Right to Gender Self-identification - Post Obergefell Sheila M. Lake [Fn1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Christina L. Boyd , Paul M. Collins, Jr. , Lori A. Ringhand The Role of Nominee Gender and Race at U.s. Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings 52 Law and Society Review 871 (December, 2018) We investigate an unexplored aspect of the U.S. Supreme Court confirmation process: whether questioning senators treat female and minority nominees differently from male and white nominees. Applying out-group theory, we argue that senators will ask female and minority nominees more questions about their judicial philosophies in an effort to...; Search Snippet: ...And Society Review December, 2018 Article the Role of Nominee Gender and Race at U.s. Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings [Fna1] Christina... 2018  
Lisa R. Pruitt The Women Feminism Forgot: Rural and Working-class White Women in the Era of Trump 49 University of Toledo Law Review 537 (Spring, 2018) I. Forgotten, Invisible, Hidden. 543 A. Rural Americans. 543 B. Working-Class Whites. 547 II. From Neglect to Contempt. 552 III. So What's Been Going on with Those Women While We Weren't Looking?. 557 A. The Gendered Rural Socioeconomic Milieu. 557 B. Violence Against Women and Rural Porn. 560 C. Deaths of Despair. 561 IV. The 2016 Election:...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review Spring, 2018 Gender Equality Symposium Keynote Address the Women Feminism Forgot: Rural and Working-class White Women in the Era of Trump Lisa R. Pruitt [Fna1] Copyright... 2018  
Devlin Healey There Are No Bras in Space: How Spaceflight Adapted to Women and How Women Adapt to Spaceflight 19 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 593 (Spring, 2018) This note addresses the journey of American women to achieve equal participation in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) spaceflight program and the new challenges facing female participation in spaceflight today. After providing a brief overview of the history of American female participation in spaceflight that examines the...; Search Snippet: ...There Are No Bras in Space: How Spaceflight Adapted to Women and How Women Adapt to Spaceflight Devlin Healey [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Devlin... 2018  
Lisset M. Pino Wal-mart V. Dukes: the Feminist Case Against Individualized Adjudication 30 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 401 (2018) Introduction. 401 I.Background: Wal-Mart v. Dukes. 405 II.The Impossible Class Action. 409 III.Moving Forward: Options for Collective Adjudication Post-Dukes. 411; Search Snippet: ...Of Law & Feminism 2018 Comment Wal-mart V. Dukes : the Feminist Case Against Individualized Adjudication Lisset M. Pino [Fnd1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Bina Nayee Where Breaking Glass Ceilings Leads to Glass Walls: Gender-disparate Managerial Decision-making Power and Authority 87 Fordham Law Review 371 (October, 2018) Today, litigation over plainly discriminatory employment practices is much less common than it was in the two decades following Title VII's enactment as employers have largely reformed practices that most obviously violate employment discrimination law. But many less obvious employment practices, particularly those embedded in implicit bias or...; Search Snippet: ...2018 Note Where Breaking Glass Ceilings Leads to Glass Walls: Gender-disparate Managerial Decision-making Power and Authority Bina Nayee [Fna1... 2018  
Brittany L. Walter Women in Special Operations Forces: a Battle for Effectiveness Amidst the Pursuit of Equality 52 University of San Francisco Law Review 175 (2018) [T]he Court has repeatedly recognized that neither federal nor state government acts compatibly with the equal protection principle when a law or official policy denies to women, simply because they are women, full citizenship stature--equal opportunity to aspire, achieve, participate in and contribute to society based on their individual talents...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review University of San Francisco Law Review 2018 Comment Women in Special Operations Forces: a Battle for Effectiveness Amidst The... 2018  
Donna M. MacKenzie Women in the Law 97-MAY Michigan Bar Journal 22 (May, 2018) This year, the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan (WLAM) proudly celebrates its 100th anniversary. This historic milestone was kick started in April with our Centennial Gala. The theme was Looking Back, Moving Forward. At the gala, we honored the past presidents of our state organization and of each of our regional chapters and foundation. We...; Search Snippet: ...2176351 Michigan Bar Journal Michigan Bar Journal May, 2018 Feature Women in the Law Theme Introduction Donna M. Mackenzie [Fna1] Copyright... 2018  
June Cross , Nia Weeks , Moderated by Kristen Underhill , Introduction by Chloe Bootstaylor Women of Color and Health: Issues and Solutions 36 Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 21 (2018) Chloe Bootstaylor: Welcome to our second panel. This panel focuses on women of color in health, issues, and solutions. The session is inspired by Professor June Cross of the Columbia School of Journalism and her recent film, Wilhemina's War, which follows the story of Wilhemina Dixon and depicts the obstacles that Americans with HIV/AIDS face in...; Search Snippet: ...Gender and Law Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 2018 Women of Color and Health: Issues and Solutions June Cross [Fna1... 2018  
Jadranka Jakovcic Women of the Mother Court 65-AUG Federal Lawyer 62 (August, 2018) The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (SDNY), colloquially known as the Mother Court, is the oldest federal court in the United States. Created by President George Washington through the Judiciary Act of 1789, it was the first court to sit under the new U.S. Constitution, preceding the U.S. Supreme Court by several weeks....; Search Snippet: ...Wl 10424760 Federal Lawyer Federal Lawyer August, 2018 Convention Issue Women of the Mother Court Jadranka Jakovcic [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 By... 2018  
Michelle Margaret Smith You Play Ball like a Girl: Cultural Implications of the Contact Sports Exemption and Why it Needs to Be Changed 66 Cleveland State Law Review 677 (2018) Women in the United States have historically earned significantly less income per year compared to their male counterparts. In 2014, the pay discrepancy was at its lowest point with women earning seventy-nine cents per every dollar men earned. This discrepancy exists even though women now attain college degrees at a higher rate than men and make up...; Search Snippet: ...State Law Review 2018 Note You Play Ball like a Girl: Cultural Implications of the Contact Sports Exemption and Why It... 2018  
Trina Jones , Kimberly Jade Norwood Aggressive Encounters & White Fragility: Deconstructing the Trope of the Angry Black Woman 102 Iowa Law Review 2017 (July, 2017) Black women in the United States are the frequent targets of bias-filled interactions in which aggressors: (1) denigrate Black women; and (2) blame those women who elect to challenge the aggressor's acts and the bias that fuels them. This Article seeks to raise awareness of these aggressive encounters and to challenge a prevailing...; Search Snippet: ...Encounters & White Fragility: Deconstructing the Trope of the Angry Black Woman Trina Jones [Fna1] Kimberly Jade Norwood [Fnaa1] Copyright © 2016 By... 2017 African/Black American
Renee Henson Are My Cornrows Unprofessional?: Title Vii's Narrow Application of Grooming Policies, and its Effect on Black Women's Natural Hair in the Workplace 1 Business, Entrepreneurship & Tax Law Review 521 (Fall, 2017) Employer grooming policies are ubiquitous and apply to all in the workplace, however, the hair standards within these policies do not permit women to wear a myriad of ethnic hairstyles at work. Banning ethnic hairstyles like braids, cornrows, and dreadlocks adversely and disproportionally affects black women. Banning ethnic styles because they are...; Search Snippet: ...Narrow Application of Grooming Policies, and its Effect on Black Women's Natural Hair in the Workplace Renee Henson [Fna1] Copyright © 2017... 2017 African/Black American
Ann M. Eisenberg , Amelia Courtney Hritz , Caisa Elizabeth Royer , John H. Blume If it Walks like Systematic Exclusion and Quacks like Systematic Exclusion: Follow-up on Removal of Women and African-americans in Jury Selection in South Carolina Capital Cases, 1997-2014 68 South Carolina Law Review 373 (Spring, 2017) I. Introduction. 373 II. Background. 375 III. Methodology. 380 IV. Results. 382 V. Conclusion. 388; Search Snippet: ...And Quacks like Systematic Exclusion: Follow-up on Removal of Women and African- Americans in Jury Selection in South Carolina Capital Cases, 1997-2014... 2017 African/Black American
Cyra Akila Choudhury In the Shadow of Gaslight: Reflections on Identity, Diversity, and the Distribution of Power in the Academy 20 CUNY Law Review 467 (Spring, 2017) I. Multicultural Tolerance, Identity Politics, and the Contingency of Progress. 471 II. Coopting Identity and Representation in the Service of the Institutional Status Quo. 476 III. Lessons from the Past: What are We Struggling For and Against?. 478; Search Snippet: ...Fn25] If You Wanted to Learn about the Contributions of African Americans to Science or Math or Women's History, You Could Now Choose a Course in Black or Women's Studies. [Fn26] this Strategy Was Sometimes Adopted Instead of Demanding... 2017 African/Black American
Kersti Myles Jezebels and Jungle Bunnies: How the Stereotypes of Black Women Shape Legislation, the Legal Profession and Feminist Jurisprudence 10 Modern American Am. 3 (Spring, 2017) Black women are taught at an early age that they are societal defects. It is impressed upon us that because of our deficiency of the Y-chromosome and the overproduction of melanin, we are doomed to a life of continual handicap and hardship. These notions of subordination are interwoven in the moral compass and fabric of our nation, and although...; Search Snippet: ...Article Jezebels and Jungle Bunnies: How the Stereotypes of Black Women Shape Legislation, the Legal Profession and Feminist Jurisprudence Kersti Myles Copyright © 2017 by the Modern American; Kersti... 2017 African/Black American
Lori Kersey Meshea L. Poore 2017-SUM West Virginia Lawyer 26 (Summer, 2017) Meshea L. Poore was the first person in her family to go to college and the first to become a lawyer. When she was appointed and then elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates, she was the first minority to represent her district. Poore achieved another significant first on April 2, when she became the first African American woman to be...; Search Snippet: ...Summer, 2017 Cover Story Meshea L. Poore as the First Female African American President of the West Virginia State Bar, Meshea L. Poore... 2017 African/Black American
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