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Vol. 9, No. 2 (2008)

Articles

Naming and Framing the "Subject" of Antebellum Slave Contracts: Introducing Julia, "A Certain Negro Slave," "A Man," Joseph, Eliza, and Albert
Diane J. Klein

Law on the Street: Legal Narrative and the Street Law Classroom
Elizabeth L. MacDowell

ESSAYS

Cuban Claims: Embargoed Identities and the Cuban-American Oedipal Conflict (El grito de la Yuna)
José Gabilondo

NOTES

No Such Thing As Free Lunch: Supplementing Federal Nutrition Laws to Effectively Combat Obesity in Minority and Low-Income Children
Erika B. Navarro

Federal Gang Laws: A New Tool Against a Growing Threat or Overbroad and Dangerous?
Aaron B. Overton

Union Power Redefined: How Arbitrating Claims, Including Title VII, Benefits Racial Minority Union Workers
Denise Cortes

Vol. 9, No. 1 (2007)

ARTICLES

Single/Majority Race Charter Schools: Charting a New Course in the Aftermath of the Failed Mandates of Brown v. Board of Education
Mary E. Wright

Color Blindness or Total Blindness? The Absence of Critical Race Theory in Europe
Mathias Moschel

NOTES

The Implication of Prisoners’ Rights Jurisprudence on Racial Segregation in Prisons: The Normative Approach Gives Way to an Empirical Analysis in Selecting a Standard of Review
Lloyd Jeglikowski

Nationally Televised Segregation: The NCAA’s Inability to Desegregate College Football’s Head Coaching Position
Daniel J. Louis

The New Jersey Casino Shutdown: the Litigation and Costs to the Industry and Atlantic City’s Poor
Kelly Cooper

Vol. 8, No. 1 (2006)

Articles

When Critical Race Theory Meets Legal History
Bernie D. Jones

Indian as Race / Indian as Political Status: Implementation of the Half-Blood Requirement under the Indian Reorganization Act, 1934-1945
Paul Spruhan

Book Review

Asian Americans and Citizenship Rights: A Review of "Elusive Citizenship: Immigration, Asian Americans, and the Paradox of Civil Rights" by John S.W. Park
Reviewed by Harvey Gee

Notes

Reversing the Prison Landscape: The Role of Drug Courts in Reducing Minority Incarceration
Michael Wright

Grandmother's Rights: Why New Jersey's Grandmothers Are Not Taking Advantage of the State's Kinship Care Law
Njeri Brown

Can International Human Rights Laws Change the State of Minority Education in the United States?
Derek Wu

Vol. 7, Nos. 1 and 2 (2005)

Articles

Intentional Job Discrimination in Forty Industries Challenges Civil Rights Groups/Unions to Cooperate
Alfred W. Blumrosen and Ruth G. Blumrosen

New Jersey's Multi-Member Legislative Districts and Latino Political Power
Juan Cartagena

Race and the American Originary Moment: The Boston Massacre Narratives and the Idea of Citizenship
Andrera
McArdle

Procedural Due Process Aspects of District of Columbia Eviction Procedures
Lynn E. Cunningham

Oreos, Coconuts, Apples, and Bananas: The Problem of Racial Self-Identification Amongst Young People of Color
Kimberly A. Jones

Notes

We're Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf: Judicial Review and the Implication of Race in Government Designation of Enemy Combatants 
James Moore

The Changing Face of the Russian Democracy: Racism and Xenophobia in Russia - Foreign Students under Attack in Russia and U.S. 
Elina Leviyeva

Vol. 6, No. 2 (2004)

Articles

Before Brown: Pauli Murray and the Desegregation of Higher Education
Glenda
Gilmore

Nomads under the Tent of Blue: Migrants Fuel the U.S. Prison Industry
Lee
Hall

Notes

Simple Inclusion or Adequate Representation - Racial Disparities in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials
Nicole K.
Martin

Georgia v. Ashcroft: Redefining Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act
Phillip A. Olaya

Vol. 6, No. 1 (2004)

Articles

The Ghosts of Affirmative Action Past, Present, and Future: Gratz v. Bollinger, Grutter v. Bollinger, and the Surprisingly Convergent Thomas/Ginsburg Nightmare about Aesthetic Diversity
Andrea Kayne
Kaufman

Vouching for Vouchers - Zelman v. Simmons - Harris in Light of Lessons on Ends and Means from Brown v. Board of Education
Thomas J.
Davis

Retailing Racial Profiling: A Case for the Use of the Full and Equal Benefits Clause of Section 1981 in Consumer Racism Claims
Simone P.
Wilson

Notes

Educated Fools from Uneducated Schools: Whether the No Child Left behind Act Will Be an Effective Remedy to the Inadequate Funding of Inner City Urban Schools and Ultimately Improve the Education of Low-Income Blacks
Anthony J.
Christmas

Continuing Sterilization of Undesirables in America
Tiesha Rashon Peal

Vol. 5, No. 2 (2003)

Feature: Affirmative Action: The Challenge of Diversity

Brief for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. and the American Civil Liberties Union as Amici Curiae in Support of Respondents, Grutter v. Bollinger 

Brief of the Asian American Legal Foundations as Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioners, Grutter v. Bollinger   

Essays

The Enemy Within? Colorado and the Japanese before, during, and after the Internment
Joseph
Lubinski

Lott's Life: Don't Look Back, the Politics of Respect
Richard L.
Abel

Notes

Predatory Lending: Legalized Theft of Home Equity
Donita Judge

Vol. 5, No. 1 (2003)

Articles

Implausible Denial: The Government's Denial of the Role of Race in Its Prosecution of Wen Ho Lee
William Y.
Chin

Trust Doctrine, Sovereignty, and Membership: Determining Who Is Indian
Christine
Metteer

Transcriptions

History, Law and Lessons from Japanese American Internment and Parallels for Today
Phil Tajitsu
Nash

Black and Female in Law
Joyce A.
Hughes

Note

Hernandez-Montiel v. INS: The Ninth Circuit's Recognition of Gay People of Color through the Intersection of Race and Sexual Orientation
Vlademir Ian Morales Tamayo

Vol. 4, No. 1 (2002)

Symposium Articles

Hate Crime and Everyday Discrimination: Influences of and on the Social Context
Lu-in
Wang

Deciding When Hate Is a Crime: The First Amendment, Police Detectives, and the Identification of Hate Crime
Jeannine
Bell

Article

Defamation by a Racial Misidentification: A Study of the Social Tort
John C. Watson

Vol. 3, No. 2 (2001)

Symposium: Racial Profiling: A New Road Hazard

Fourth Amendment on the Freeway
Tracey
Maclin

Stopping a Moving Target
Sherry F.
Colb

On the Toll Road to Reform: One State's Efforts to Put the Brakes on Racial Profiling
Paul H. Zoubek and Ronald
Susswein

Some Cautious Optimism about the Problem of Racial Profiling
David A.
Sklansky

Note

The Intrinsically Coercive Nature of Police Interrogation
John Douard

Vol. 3, No. 1 (2001)

Symposium: Racial Profiling: A New Road Hazard

Racial Profiling: A New Road Hazard: Introduction
John
Douard

Law Enforcement's Stake in Coming to Grips with Racial Profiling
David
Harris

Blinded by the Light: How to Deter Racial Profiling--Thinking about Remedies
George C. Thomas, III

Racial Profiling: A Status Report of the Legal, Legislative, and Empirical Literature
Katheryn K.
Russell

Challenging Racial Profiles: Attacking Jim Crow on the Interstate
William H. Buckman and John Lamberth

Vol. 2, No. 1 (2000)

Articles

Reasonableness through the Eye of Invisibility: Ralph Ellison's Novel Invisible Man
Alfred A.
Slocum

Dealing with Histories of Oppression: Black and Jewish Reactions to Passivity and Collaboration in William Styron's Confessions of Nat Turner and Hanna Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem
David Abraham and Kimberly A.
McCoy

Visiting the Iniquity (Sins) of the Fathers upon the Children: Fashioning a National Template of Affirmative Relief for Workers of Color Presently Suffering the Chemical Effects of Past Discrimination
Grover G.
Hankins

Comment

Empowering Victims of Environmental Injustice through Private Actions under Federal Law: The Third Circuit's Decision in Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living v. Seif
Gregory F. Kinzel

Vol 1, No. 2 (1999)

Articles

Affirmative Action: An International Human Rights Dialogue
Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Deborah Jones
Merritt

The Gross Violations of Human Rights of the Apartheid Regime under International Law
Lennox S.
Hinds

The Flawed Foundation of Piscataway High--A Misleading Stipulation, an Absence of Representation, and Uncertainty about Informal Affirmative Action
Alfred W. Blumrosen and Ruth G.
Blumrosen

Essays

Revocable Rights and a Peoples' Faith: Plessy's Past in Our Future
Derrick
Bell

Hate Crimes and Negro Freedom
Charles H.
Jones

Notes

Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA): The Retroactive Effects on Lawful Permanent Residents Convicted of Aggravated Felonies and Drug Offenses
Anna Maria
Tejada

Surviving Title VII: Defending Municipal Residency Requirements in Minority Communities
Erika L. Wood

Vol 1, No. 1 (1998)

Symposium: Immigration Reform Laws: Redefining Who Belongs

Ending the Welcome: Changes in the United States' Treatment of Undocumented Aliens (1986 to 1996)
Evangeline G. Abriel

Retooling the Refugee Definition: The New Immigration Reform Law's Impact on United States Domestic Asylum Policy
Katherine L.
Vaughns

Symposium Essay: Immigration Reform Laws: Redefining Who Belongs

The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996: Notable Changes for Restoring Integrity and Credibility to U.S. Immigration Policy
Daniel Stein and Terri M.
Barton

Symposium Transcriptions: Immigration Reform Laws: Redefining Who Belongs

Who May Give Birth to Citizens--Reproduction, Eugenics and Immigration
Dorothy E.
Roberts

Dissolving the American People
Peter
Brimelow

Immigration Policy v. Immigrant Policy: The Consequences of Obstruction
Mark
Krikorian

The Education of Immigrant Children: The Competing Goals of State Sovereignty and Racial Equality
Sharon Elizabeth Rush

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