Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Law Articles related to Blacks

 

Administration of Justice American Jews and Blacks Children and Family Civil Justice
Civil Rights Community Constitutional Law Criminal Justice
Economics and Labor Education Elderly and Disabled Employment and Labor
Gender Hate or Racist Speech Health Housing and Property
Immigration International Law Jim Crow Legal Education
Military Other Race and Racism Reconstruction
Reparations Slavery Sexual Orientation Urban Development
Voting Rights and Representation Welfare and Poverty
Administrationof Justice

Use of Peremptory Challenges to Exclude Negroes from Trial Jury, 79 Harv. L. Rev. 135, Harvard Law Review, November, 196

The Supreme Court and African Americans: Personnel and Policy Transformations, Michael W. Combs, 36 How. L.j. 139, Howard Law Journal, 1993

The African-American Lawyer, the First Generation: Virginia as a Case Study, Joseph Gordon Hylton, 56 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 107, University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Fall 1994

Not Only the Judges' Robes Were Black: African-American Lawyers as Social Engineers, Paul Finkelman, 47 Stan. L. Rev. 161, Stanford Law Review, November, 1994

An African-American Sense of Fact: the O. J. Trial and Black Judges on Justice, Andrew E. Taslitz, 7 B.u. Pub. Int. L.j. 219, Boston University Public Interest Law Journal, Spring 1998

African-American Attorneys Remain a Significant Minority in Pittsburgh, Local Judges and Attorneys Speculate on the Low Numbers, Genea Webb, 1 No. 13 Lawyers J. 1, Lawyers Journal, September 24, 1999,

African Americans in Large Law Firms: the Possible Cost of Exclusion, James W. Pearce, Joann S. Hickey, Debra D. Burke, 42 How. L.j. 59, Howard Law Journal, Fall, 1998

African American Legal Pioneers--the First Generation: a Biography of Attorney James Sharp Jr. , Russell L. Jones, 19 S.u. L. Rev. 297, Southern University Law Review, Fall, 1992,

A Basic Primer for Recruiting African-American Prosecutors, 28-aug Prosecutor 9, Prosecutor, July/august, 1994

53 Years In the Struggle for Equal Rights: an African-American Jurist's Life in the Law, Lancelot B. Hewitt, 15 Touro L. Rev. 831, Touro Law Review, Winter, 1999

 

American Jews and Blacks

Ironic Encounter: African-Americans, American Jews, and the Church- State Relationship, Dena S. Davis, 43 Cath. U. L. Rev. 109, Catholic University Law Review, Fall, 1993

 

CriminalJustice

Young African-American Males Need Nurturing, Jolanta Juszkiewicz, 58-dec Fed. Probation 74, Federal Probation, December 1994

Will Boys Just Be Boyz N the Hood?--african-American Directors Portray a Crumbling Justice System in Urban America, Justin P. Brooks, 22 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 1, Oklahoma City University Law Review, Spring 1997

The Prison Effect on the African-American Community, Honorable Myron Thompson, 34 How. L.j. 543, Howard Law Journal, 1991

Young African-American Males Need Nurturing, Jolanta Juszkiewicz, 58-dec Fed. Probation 74, Federal Probation, December 19

Will Boys Just Be Boyz N the Hood?--african-American Directors Portray a Crumbling Justice System in Urban America, Justin P. Brooks, 22 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 1, Oklahoma City University Law Review, Spring 1997

The Devastating Impact of the Justice System on the Status of African- American Males: Anoverview Perspective, Floyd D. Weatherspoon, 23 Cap. U. L. Rev. 23, Capital University Law Review, 1994

The African American Male: Communication Gap Converts Justice into "Just Us" System, Mary Maxwell Thomas, 13 Harv. Blackletter L.j. 1, Harvard Blackletter Journal, Spring, 1997

Reckoning with Race and Criminal Justice, Search and Destroy: African-American Males in the Criminal Justice System. By Jerome G. Miller. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Pp. Xiv, 304. $24.95., Risa L. Goluboff, 106 Yale L.j. 2299, Yale Law Journal, May, 1997

Operation Urbanshield: Protecting the African American Male from America's Criminal Justice System, H.t. Smith, Esq., 7-jun Nba Nat'l B.a. Mag. 14, Nba National Bar Association Magazine, April/june, 1993

From Social Safety Net to Dragnet: African American Males in the Criminal Justice System, Jerome G. Miller, 51 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 479, Washington and Lee Law Review, Spring, 1994

Disparity in the System, Search and Destroy: African-American Males in the Criminal Justice System. By Jerome G. Miller. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Pp. 304. $30., Eric T. Assur, 60-sep Fed. Probation 88, Federal Probation, September, 1996,

Beyond the Bare Numbers, Search and Destroy: African-American Males in the Criminal Justice System. By Jerome G. Miller. New York, Ny: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Pp. 304., Susan Hatcher, 24 Am. J. Crim. L. 455, American Journal of Criminal Law, Spring 1997

Benign Neglect of Racism in the Criminal Justice System, Malign Neglect: Race, Crime, and Punishment in America. By Michael Tonry. New York: Oxford University Press. 1995. Pp. Xii, 233. $25., Angela J. Davis, 94 Mich. L. Rev. 1660, Michigan Law Review, May, 1996

At the Intersection of Injustice: Experiences of African American Women in Crime and Sentencing, Paula C. Johnson, 4 Am. U. J. Gender & L. 1, American University Journal of Gender and the Law, Fall 1995

African Americans More Likely to Face Execution, Report Finds, Kelly Mcmurry, 34-aug Trial 88, Trial, August, 1998

"Dwb (Driving While Black)" and Equal Protection: the Realities of an Unconstitutional Police Practice, Jennifer A. Larrabee, 6 J.l. & Pol'y 291, Journal of Law and Policy, 1997

 

Children and Family

Two Parents Are Better than None: Whether Two Single, African American Adults-who Are Not in a Traditional Marriage or a Romantic or Sexual Relationship with Each Other-should Be Allowed to Jointly Adopt and Co-parent African American Children, Angela Mae Kupenda, 35 U. Louisville J. Fam. L. 703, University of Louisville Journal of Family Law, Fall 1996-1997

Two Parents Are Better than None: Whether Two Single, African American Adults-who Are Not in a Traditional Marriage or a Romantic or Sexual Relationship with Each Other-should Be Allowed to Jointly Adopt and Co-parent African American Children, Angela Mae Kupenda, 35 U. Louisville J. Fam. L. 703, University of Louisville Journal of Family Law, Fall 1996-1997

The Indian Child Welfare Act and the African American Tribe: Facing the Adoption Crisis, Cynthia G. Hawkins-leon, 36 Brandeis J. Fam. L. 201, Brandeis Journal of Family Law, Spring 1997-1998

Force African-American Fathers to Parent Their Delinquent Sons--a Factor to Be Considered at the Dispositional Stage, Lundy Langston, 4 Colum. J. Gender & L. 173, Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, 1994

 

Civil Justice

African Americans "Are Not Carbon Copies" of White Americans- the Role of African American Culture in Mediation of Family Disputes, Cynthia R. Mabry, 13 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 405, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 1998

 

Civil Rights

When the "Coloreds" Are Neither Black Nor Citizens: the United States Civil Rights Movement and Global Migration, William R. Tamayo, 2 Asian L.j. 1, Asian Law Journal, May 1995

When the "Coloreds" Are Neither Black Nor Citizens: the United States Civil Rights Movement and Global Migration, William R. Tamayo, 2 Asian L.j. 1, Asian Law Journal, May 1995

African Americans Claim Tobacco Marketing Violated Civil Rights, Lisa Gelhaus, 35-jan Trial 94, Trial, January, 1999

A Question of a Question of Justice: African-American Legal Perspectives on the 1883 Civil Rights Cases, Marianne L. Engelman Lado, 70 Chi.-kent L. Rev. 1123, Chicago-kent Law Review, 1995

 

Community

The Threat Diversity Poses to African Americans: a Black Nationalist Critique of Outsider Ideology, Spencer A. Overton, 37 How. L.j. 465, Howard Law Journal, Spring, 1994

The Communitarian State: Lawlessness or Law Reform for African- Americans?, Wendy Brown-scott , 107 Harv. L. Rev. 1209, Harvard Law Review, April, 1994,

Prison Effect on the African-American Community, Hon. Arthur Burnett, 34 How. L.j. 528, Howard Law Journal, 1991

 

Constitutional Law

The Supreme Court and African Americans: Personnel and Policy Transformations, Michael W. Combs, 36 How. L.j. 139, Howard Law Journal, 1993

The Impact of the United States Constitution on the African American Community, Lancelot B. Hewitt, Kim Adair Wilson, 10-aug Nba Nat'l B.a. Mag. 30, Nba National Bar Association Magazine, July/august, 1996

Constitutional Law -- Fourteenth Amendment -- White Defendant Has Standing to Challenge Systematic Exclusion of Negroes from Jury Lists. -- Allen V. State (Ga. Ct. App. 1964), 78 Harv. L. Rev. 667, Harvard Law Review, January, 196

Constitutional Law -- Equal Protection -- Systematic Inclusion of Negroes on Grand Jury Panel Is Denial of Equal Protection to a Negro Indicted by That Panel, 78 Harv. L. Rev. 1658, Harvard Law Review, June 196

Afro-American Faith in the Civil Religion; Or, Yes, I Would Sign the Constitution, Randall Kennedy, 29 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 163, William and Mary Law Review, Fall, 198

 

Education

Using Discourse Ethics to Provide Equality in Education for African- American Children Forty Years after Brown V. Board of Education, Norman Williams, Jr., 5 B.u. Pub. Int. L.j. 99, Boston University Public Interest Law Journal, Spring 199

The Negro of the Schools. By Harry S. Ashmore Chapel Hill:university of North Carolina Press. Second Edition. 1954. Pp. 239. $2.75 (Cloth); $1.50 (Paper)., Schools in Transition. By Robin M. Williams, Jr. and Margaret W. Ryan. Chapel Hill:university of North Carolina Press. ..., Peter H. Rossi, 68 Harv. L. Rev. 1108, Harvard Law Review, April, 195

Using Discourse Ethics to Provide Equality in Education for African- American Children Forty Years after Brown V. Board of Education, Norman Williams, Jr., 5 B.u. Pub. Int. L.j. 99, Boston University Public Interest Law Journal, Spring 199

The Negro of the Schools. By Harry S. Ashmore Chapel Hill:university of North Carolina Press. Second Edition. 1954. Pp. 239. $2.75 (Cloth); $1.50 (Paper)., Schools in Transition. By Robin M. Williams, Jr. and Margaret W. Ryan. Chapel Hill:university of North Carolina Press. ..., Peter H. Rossi, 68 Harv. L. Rev. 1108, Harvard Law Review, April, 195

The Dilemma of Legal Discourse for Public Educational Responses to the "Crisis" Facing African-American Males, Kevin D. Brown, 23 Cap. U. L. Rev. 63, Capital University Law Review, 1994

The Constitutionality of African-American Male Schools and Programs, Miriam Paula Gladden , 24 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 239, Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Winter, 1992/1993

Race, Education, and the Equal Protection Clause in the 1990s: the Meaning of Brown V. Board of Education Re-examined in Light of Milwaukee's Schools of African-American Immersion, Steven Siegel, 74 Marq. L. Rev. 501, Marquette Law Review, Spring/summer, 1991,

Public Education Programs for African-American Males: a Gender Equity Perspective, Walteen Grady Truely, Martha F. Davis, 21 N.y.u. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 725, New York University Review of Law and Social Change, 1994-1995

mmersed in an Educational Crisis: Alternative Programs for African- American Males, Michael John Weber, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1099, Stanford Law Review, April, 1993

Hopwood: Was this the African-American Nightmare or the African-American Dream?, Kevin Brown, 2 Tex. F. on C.l. & C.r. 97, Texas Forum on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights, Summer 1996

Do African-Americans Need Immersion Schools?: the Paradoxes Created by Legal Conceptualization of Race and Public Education, Kevin Brown, 78 Iowa L. Rev. 813, Iowa Law Review, May, 1993

D. Augustus Straker Bar Association: its History and Achievements, Terrance A. Keith, A. Kay Stanfield Brown, 77 Mich. B.j. 558, Michigan Bar Journal, June, 1998

Creating Space for Racial Difference: the Case for African-American Schools, Christopher Steskal, 27 Harv. C.r.-c.l. L. Rev. 187, Harvard Civil Rights-civil Liberties Law Review, Winter, 1992

Civil Rights -- Equal Protection of the Laws -- Schools and School Districts -- "Free Choice" Desegregation Plan Approved Provided Faculty Is Integrated by Insuring That Percentage of Negro Teachers in Each School Approximates Percentage Employed in Entire System, 80 Harv. L. Rev. 1789, Harvard Law Review, June 196

Chalk Talk, the Educational Crisis of African American Males, Kenneth W. Brown, 25 J.l. & Educ. 517, Journal of Law and Education, Summer, 1996,

"Critical Mass Is Fifteen Colored's!" De Facto & De Jure Policies of Racial Isolation in St. Paul's Schools and Housing Patterns During the 19th Century, and Beyond, William D. Green, 17 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 299, Hamline Journal of Public Law & Policy, Spring, 1996

 

Elderlyand Disabled

Social Security Discrimination Against African-Americans: an Equal Protection Argument, Geoffrey T. Holtz, 48 Hastings L.j. 105, Hastings Law Journal, November, 1996

African American Elderly - Targets for Fraud, Paulette Brown, 8-feb Nba Nat'l B.a. Mag. 1, Nba National Bar Association Magazine, January/february, 1994

 

Economics and Labor

The Political/economic Plight of African American Men & the Million Man March, Lester M. Cuffie, 9-dec Nba Nat'l B.a. Mag. 18, Nba National Bar Association Magazine, November/december, 1995

The Law and Economics of Post-civil War Restrictions on Interstate Migration by African-Americans, David E. Bernstein, 76 Tex. L. Rev. 781, Texas Law Review, March, 1998

Structuring and Financing Foreign Investments: Advancement of Black American Economic Interests, Roy Carleton Howell, 21 T. Marshall L. Rev. 275, Thurgood Marshall Law Review, Spring, 1996

Major League Baseball's Monopoly Power and the Negro Leagues, Alfred Dennis Mathewson, 35 Am. Bus. L.j. 291, American Business Law Journal, Winter, 1998

Labor Economics, African Americans and Post-industrial Labor Markets. Edited by James B. Stewart. New Brunswick, N.j.: Transaction, 1997. 399 Pp. Isbn 1-56000-920-9, $24.95 (Paper)., Jessica Gordon Nembhard, 51 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 714, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, July, 1998

African-American Economic Empowerment Strategies for the New Millennium - Revisiting the Washington-du Bois Dialectic, Lateef Mtima, 42 How. L.j. 391, Howard Law Journal, Spring 1999

Genocide: the Legal Extermination of the African-American's Economic Interests, Norman O. Hemming, Iii, 34 How. L.j. 313, Howard Law Journal, 1991

"Nondiscriminatory" Perpetuation of Racial Subordination, Black Wealth/white Wealth: a New Perspective on Racial Inequality by Melvin L. Oliver and Thomas M. Shapiro. Routledge, New York, 1995. Pp. 242. $22.95., R. Richard Banks, 76 B.u. L. Rev. 669, Boston University Law Review, October, 1996

"Negro and White, Unite and Fight!" a Social History of Industrial Unionism in Meatpacking, 1930-90. By Roger Horowitz. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1997. Xvi, 373 Pp. Isbn 0-252-02320-x, $44.95 (Cloth), 0-252-06621-9, $17.95 (Paper)., Thomas J. Sugrue, 52 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 323, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, January, 1999

 

Employmentand Labor

Title Vii, Seniority Discrimination, and the Incumbent Negro, 80 Harv. L. Rev. 1260, Harvard Law Review, April, 196

Title Vii, Seniority Discrimination, and the Incumbent Negro, 80 Harv. L. Rev. 1260, Harvard Law Review, April, 196

Survey, Fourteenth Amendment--due Process, Equal Protection and Law Against Discrimination--material Issue of Fact as to Whether County Sheriff Engaged in Discriminatory Harassment by Uttering One Racial Epithet That Was Sufficiently Severe to Create a Hostile Work Environment and Would Cause a ..., David C. Cox, 9 Seton Hall Const. L.j. 311, Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal, Fall, 1998

Remedying Employment Discrimination Against African-American Males: Stereotypical Biases Engender a Case of Race plus Sex Discrimination, Floyd D. Weatherspoon, 36 Washburn L.j. 23, Washburn Law Journal, Fall 1996

Licensing Laws: a Historical Example of the Use of Government Regulatory Power Against African-Americans, David E. Bernstein, 31 San Diego L. Rev. 89, San Diego Law Review, Winter 1994,

African-American Student-athletes: Marginalizing the Ncaa Regulatory Structure?, Timothy Davis , 6 Marq. Sports L.j. 199 Marquette Sports Law Journal, Spring 1996,

 

Gender

The Social Construction of a Rape Victim: Stories of African-American Males about the Rape of Desiree Washington, Kevin Brown, 1992 U. Ill. L. Rev. 997, University of Illinois Law Review, 1992

The Political/economic Plight of African American Men & the Million Man March, Lester M. Cuffie, 9-dec Nba Nat'l B.a. Mag. 18, Nba National Bar Association Magazine, November/december, 1995

The Social Construction of a Rape Victim: Stories of African-American Males about the Rape of Desiree Washington, Kevin Brown, 1992 U. Ill. L. Rev. 997, University of Illinois Law Review, 1992

The Norplant Solution: Norplant and the Control of African-American Motherhood, Darci Elaine Burrell, 5 Ucla Women's L.j. 401, Ucla Women's Law Journal, Spring 1995,

The Harm That Has No Name: Street Harassment, Embodiment, and African American Women, Deirdre Davis, 4 Ucla Women's L.j. 133, Ucla Women's Law Journal, Spring 1994,

Reproductive Freedoms and African American Women, Charlotte Rutherford, Esq., 4 Yale J.l. & Feminism 255, Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, Spring, 1992

Mules, Madonnas, Babies, Bath Water, Racial Imagery and Stereotypes: the African -American Woman and the Battered Woman Syndrome, Linda L. Ammons, 199 Wis. L. Rev. 1003, Wisconsin Law Review, 1995,

Comment, We Are Not Sisters: African-American Women and the Freedom to Associate and Disassociate, Pamela J. Smith, 66 Tul. L. Rev. 1467, Tulane Law Review, May, 1992

Battered Woman Syndrome: Selling the Shadow to Support the Substance, Shelby A.d. Moore , 38 How. L.j. 297, Howard Law Journal, Spring 1995

African-American Women and Economic Justice: a Preliminary Analysis of Wealth, Family, and African-American Social Class, Patricia Hill Collins, 65 U. Cin. L. Rev. 825, University of Cincinnati Law Review, Spring 1997

African American Women and the Limits of Law and Society, Carole H. Hofstein, 1 Cardozo Women's L.j. 373, Cardozo Women's Law Journal, 1994,

African American Women and "Typically Female," Low-wage Jobs: Is Litigation the Answer?, Charlotte, 17 Yale J. Int'l L. 211, Yale Journal of International Law, Winter, 1992

"Genital Mutilation" or "Symbolic Birth?" Female Circumcision, Lost Origins, and the Aculturalism of Feminist/western Thought, Sylvia Wynter, 47 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 501, Case Western Reserve Law Review, Winter 1997

 

Hateor Racist Speech

Jews, African-Americans, and the Crown Heights Riots: Applying Mutsuda's Proposal to Restrict Racist Speech, William G. Ortner, 73 B.u. L. Rev. 897, Boston University Law Review, November, 1993

 

Health

The Norplant Solution: Norplant and the Control of African-American Motherhood, Darci Elaine Burrell, 5 Ucla Women's L.j. 401, Ucla Women's Law Journal, Spring 1995,

Slavery, Segregation and Racism: Trusting the Health Care System Ain't Always Easy! An African American Perspective on Bioethics, Vernellia R. Randall, 15 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 191, Saint Louis University Public Law Review, 1996

Smoking, the African-American Community, and the Proposed National Tobacco Settlement, Vernellia R. Randall, 29 U. Tol. L. Rev. 677, University of Toledo Law Review, Summer, 1998

Reproductive Freedoms and African American Women, Charlotte Rutherford, Esq., 4 Yale J.l. & Feminism 255, Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, Spring, 1992

Racist Health Care: Reforming an Unjust Health Care System to Meet the Needs of African-Americans, Vernellia R. Randall, 3 Health Matrix 127, Health Matrix: Journal of Law-medicine, Spring, 1993

It Just Ain't Fair: the Ethics of Health Care for African Americans (Annette Dula & Sara Goering Eds., Praeger 1994) about the Editors and Contributors, Acknowledgements, Bibliography, Foreword by Mark Siegler, Index, Notes. L.c. 93-43780, Isbn 0275-94494-8. [336 Pp. Paper $19.95. P.o. Box 5007, ..., Carrie Anne Juliano, 6 Risk: Health Safety & Env't 89, Risk: Health, Safety & Environment, Winter, 1995

Genetics and African Americans, James E. Bowman, M.d., 27 Seton Hall L. Rev. 919, Seton Hall Law Review, 1997

Empowering and Protecting Patients: Lessons for Physician-assisted Suicide from the African-American Experience, Patricia A. King, Leslie E. Wolf, 82 Minn. L. Rev. 1015, Minnesota Law Review, April, 1998,

Concerns and Priorities in Genetic Studies: Insights from Recent African American Biohistory, Fatimah Jackson, Ph.d., 27 Seton Hall L. Rev. 951, Seton Hall Law Review, 1997

Commentaries on the Uses and Abuses of Genetic Knowledge, Annette Dula and Sara Goering, Eds. "It Just Ain't Fair": the Ethics of Health Care for African Americans. Westport, Ct: Praeger Publishers, 1994. 315 Pp. $69.96 Cloth, $19.95 Paper., Elizabeth Howe Bradley, 20 J. Health Pol. Pol'y & L. 807, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Fall, 1995

Clovis E. Semmes, Racism, Health, and Post-industrialism: a Theory of African-American Health (Praeger Publishers 1996). About the Author, Acknowledgements, Index, Introduction, Selected Bibliography. Lc-95-34440; Isbn 0-275-95428-5 [178 Pp. Cloth $59.95, Paper $18.95. 88 Post Road West, ..., Jerry Haynes, 8 Risk: Health Safety & Env't 103, Risk: Health, Safety and Environment, Winter, 1997

Anthony P. Polednak. Segregation, Poverty, and Mortality in Urban African Americans, New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. 184 Pp. $39.95 Cloth., Thomas A. Laveist, 24 J. Health Pol. Pol'y & L. 1410, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, December, 1999

Housingand Property

African Americans and Property Ownership: Creating Our Own Meanings, Redefining Our Relationships, Margalynne Armstrong, 1 Afr.-am. L. & Pol'y Rep. 79, African-American Law and Policy Report, Fall 1994

"Critical Mass Is Fifteen Colored's!" De Facto & De Jure Policies of Racial Isolation in St. Paul's Schools and Housing Patterns During the 19th Century, and Beyond, William D. Green, 17 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 299, Hamline Journal of Public Law & Policy, Spring, 1996

 

Immigration

Still the Promised City? African-Americans and New Immigrants in Postindustrial New York. By Roger Waldinger. Boston: Harvard University Press, 1996. X, 374 Pp. Isbn 0-674-83861-0, $35.00., Bruce Nelson, 50 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 698, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, July, 1997

IImmigration Policies: Messages of Exclusion to African Americans, Bill Ong Hing, 37 How. L.j. 237, Howard Law Journal, Winter, 1994

 

InternationalLaw

Gulf Crisis and African-American Interests under International Law, Henry J. Richardson Iii, 87 Am. J. Int'l L. 42, American Journal of International Law, January, 1993

Guilty as Charged: Malcolm X and His Vision of Racial Justice for African Americans Through Utilization of the United Nations International Human Rights Provisions and Institutions, Charles Lewis Nier, Iii, 16 Dick. J. Int'l L. 149, Dickinson Journal of International Law, Fall 1997

African Americans and International Law: for Professor Goler Teal Butcher, with Appreciation, Henry J. Richardson Iii, 37 How. L.j. 217, Howard Law Journal, Winter, 1994

 

Legal Education

The Bar Exam: Why Students Fail, Edna Wells Handy, 11-dec Nba Nat'l B.a. Mag. 17, Nba National Bar Association Magazine, November/december, 1997

Recruitment and Retention of the African American Law Student, Cheryl E. Amana, 19 N.c. Cent. L.j. 207, North Carolina Central Law Journal, 1991,

People, African-American and Other Minority Students and Alumni, Charles E. Daye, 73 N.c. L. Rev. 675, North Carolina Law Review, January, 1995,

Making Traditional Courses More Inclusive: Confessions of an African American Female Professor Who Attempted to Crash All the Barriers at Once, Angela Mae Kupenda, 31 U.s.f. L. Rev. 975, University of San Francisco Law Review, Summer 1997

Closing My Eyes and Remembering Myself: Reflections of a Lesbian Law Professor, G. Kristian Miccio, 7 Colum. J. Gender & L. 167, Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, 1997

Can Title Vi Prevent Law Schools from Adopting Admissions Practices That Discriminate Against African-Americans?, Preston C. Green, Iii, 24 S.u. L. Rev. 237, Southern University Law Review, Spring 1997,

Black Ivy: an African-American Perspective on Law School, Brian Owsley, 28 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 501, Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Spring 1997

 

Military

Strength for the Fight - a History of Black Americans in the Military, Major Kevin D. Jones, 150 Mil. L. Rev. 455, Military Law Review, Fall, 1995

Other

To Be Free: Liberty, Citizenship, Property, and Race, Phyliss Craig-taylor, 14 Harv. Blackletter L.j. 45, Harvard Blackletter Law Journal, Spring, 1998

The New Legal Strategy for Black Americans in the Twenty First Century, Roy Carleton Howell , 17 T. Marshall L. Rev. 59, Thurgood Marshall Law Review, Fall, 1991

The Threat Diversity Poses to African Americans: a Black Nationalist Critique of Outsider Ideology, Spencer A. Overton, 37 How. L.j. 465, Howard Law Journal, Spring, 1994

The New Legal Strategy for Black Americans in the Twenty First Century, Roy Carleton Howell , 17 T. Marshall L. Rev. 59, Thurgood Marshall Law Review, Fall, 1991

Meeting the Demands of the 21st Century African American, U. Lawrence Boze, 10-oct Nba Nat'l B.a. Mag. 1, Nba National Bar Association Magazine, September/october, 1996

Bid Whist, Tonk, and United States V. Fordice: Why Integrationism Fails African-Americans Again, Alex M. Johnson, Jr., 81 Calif. L. Rev. 1401, California Law Review, December, 1993,

African Americans and the Meaning of Freedom: Washington County, Texas as a Case Study, 1865-1886, Donald G. Nieman, 70 Chi.-kent L. Rev. 541, Chicago-kent Law Review, 1994

 

Race and Racism

Traces of the Master Narrative in the Story of African American/korean American Conflict: How We Constructed "Los Angeles", Lisa C. Ikemoto, 66 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1581, Southern California Law Review, May, 1993

Traces of the Master Narrative in the Story of African American/korean American Conflict: How We Constructed "Los Angeles", Lisa C. Ikemoto, 66 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1581, Southern California Law Review, May, 1993

To Be Free: Liberty, Citizenship, Property, and Race, Phyliss Craig-taylor, 14 Harv. Blackletter L.j. 45, Harvard Blackletter Law Journal, Spring, 1998

The Devil and the One Drop Rule: Racial Categories, African Americans, and the U.s. Census, Christine B. Hickman, 95 Mich. L. Rev. 1161, Michigan Law Review, March, 1997

Race Ipsa Loquitur: of Reasonable Racists, Intelligent Bayesians, and Involuntary Negrophobes, Jody D. Armour, 46 Stan. L. Rev. 781, Stanford Law Review, April, 1994

Race and Class, Law and Politics, and We Are Not Saved. By Derrick Bell. Basic Books, New York. 1987. Pp. Xii, 288. $19.95, Plural but Equal. By Harold Cruse. William Morrow & Co., New York. 1987. Pp. 420. $22.95, H. N. Hirsch, 69 B.u. L. Rev. 457, Boston University Law Review, March, 1989

Race & Ethnicity in the Southwest, African-American and Arizona History, Quintard Taylor, 34-feb Ariz. Att'y 17, Arizona Attorney, February, 1998

Negrophobia and Reasonable Racism, by Professor Jody David Armour New York University Press, 1997, Michael D. Wynne, 35-feb Hous. Law. 50, Houston Lawyer, January/february, 1998,

A Closer Look at the Conflict Between the African American and the Korean American Communities in South Central Los Angeles, Alice H. Choi, 1 Asian Am. Pac. Is. L.j. 69, Asian American Pacific Islands Law Journal, February, 1993

African-Americans, Latinos, and the Construction of Race: Toward an Epistemic Coalition, George A. Martinez, 19 Chicano-latino L. Rev. 213, Chicano-latino Law Review, Spring 1998

"The Other Against Itself": Deconstructing the Violent Discourse Between Korean and African Americans, Reginald Leamon Robinson, 67 S. Cal. L. Rev. 15, Southern California Law Review, November, 1993

 

Reconstruction

ABOLITIONIST POLITICAL AND CONSTRUCTIONAL THEORY AND THE RECONSTRUCTION AMENDMENTS David A. J. Richards , 25 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 1187 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review June, 1992

BACK TO THE FUTURE? HOW THE BILL OF RIGHTS MIGHT BE ABOUT STRUCTURE AFTER ALLTHE BILL OF RIGHTS: CREATION AND RECONSTRUCTION. BY AKHIL REED AMAR. YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1998. Roderick M. Hills, Jr., 93 Nw. U. L. Rev. 977 Northwestern University Law Review Spring 1999

BECOMING A CITIZEN: RECONSTRUCTION ERA REGULATION OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MARRIAGES Katherine M. Franke, 11 Yale J.L. & Human. 251 Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities Summer 1999

BETWEEN EMANCIPATION AND ENFRANCHISEMENT: LAW AND THE POLITICAL MOBILIZATION OF BLACK SOUTHERNERS DURING PRESIDENTIAL RECONSTRUCTION, 1865-1867 Steven F. Miller Susan E. O'Donovan John C. Rodrigue Leslie S. Rowland, 70 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 1059 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1995

BLACK ACCESS TO LAW IN RECONSTRUCTION: THE CASE OF WARREN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Christopher Waldrep, 70 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 583 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1994

THE POLITICS OF RECONSTRUCTION RECONSTRUCTING AMERICAN LAW. BY BRUCE ACKERMAN. NEW HAVEN: YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS. 1984. Pp. viii, 118. $16.00 (CLOTH), $6.95 (APAER). Gary Peller, 98 Harv. L. Rev. 863 Harvard Law Review February, 1985

CLIO AND THE COURT REDUX: TOWARD A DYNAMIC MODE OF INTERPRETING RECONSTRUCTION ERA CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS Jay I. Sabin, 23 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 369 Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems 1990

CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY AND CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY: REFLECTIONS ON ACKERMAN, RECONSTRUCTION, AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION Michael Les Benedict, 108 Yale L.J. 2011 Yale Law Journal June, 1999

FEDERAL ENFORCEMENT OF CIVIL RIGHTS DURING THE FIRST RECONSTRUCTION Robert J. Kaczorowski, 23 Fordham Urb. L.J. 155 Fordham Urban Law Journal Fall 1995

FOREWORD: THE JURISPRUDENCE OF RECONSTRUCTION Angela P. Harris, 82 Calif. L. Rev. 741 California Law Review July 1994

FROM SLAVES TO CITIZENS: AFRICAN-AMERICANS, RIGHTS CONSCIOUSNESS, AND RECONSTRUCTION Donald G. Nieman, 17 Cardozo L. Rev. 2115 Cardozo Law Review May, 1996

HISTORICAL RECONSTRUCTION IN POPULAR LEGAL AND POLITICAL CULTURE Anthony Chase , 24 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1969 Seton Hall Law Review 1994

HISTORICAL RECONSTRUCTION, RECONSTRUCTION HISTORY, AND THE PROPER SCOPE OF SECTION 1981 Barry Sullivan, 98 Yale L.J. 541 Yale Law Journal January, 1989

LEGACY OF THE RECONSTRUCTION: THE VAGUENESS OF THE CRIMINAL CIVIL RIGHTS STATUTES Edward F. Malone, 38 UCLA L. Rev. 163 UCLA Law Review October, 1990

LESSONS FROM RECONSTRUCTION FOR LIBERTARIANS: BETRAYAL AND ILLUSION IN THE STRUGGLE FOR EQUALITY No Easy Walk to Freedom: Reconstruction and the Ratification of the Fourteenth Amendment. By James E. Bond. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers, 1997. Pp. 1, 295. Henry W. McGee, Jr., 21 Seattle U. L. Rev. 1053 Seattle University Law Review Spring 1998

PATTERSON v. MCLEAN CREDIT UNION: THE DECONSTRUCTION OF A RECONSTRUCTION ERA CIVIL RIGHTS STATUTE Kelly J. Andrews, 35 How. L.J. 403 Howard Law Journal Spring, 1992

RAPE, RACE, AND REPRESENTATION: THE POWER OF DISCOURSE, DISCOURSES OF POWER, AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF HETEROSEXUALITY Elizabeth M. Iglesias, 49 Vand. L. Rev. 869 Vanderbilt Law Review May, 1996

RECONSTRUCTING CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION Conscience and the Constitution: History, Theory, and Law of the Reconstruction Amendments. By David A. J. Richards. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. 1993. Pp xii, 295. $35.00., 107 Harv. L. Rev. 937 Harvard Law Review February, 1994

RECONSTRUCTION AND RACIAL NATIVISM: CHINESE IMMIGRANTS AND THE DEBATES ON THE THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH, AND FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS AND CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS John Hayakawa Torok, 3 Asian L.J. 55 Asian Law Journal May, 1996

RECONSTRUCTION AND THE POLITICS OF SCHOLARSHIP RECONSTRUCTION: AMERICA'S UNFINISHED REVOLUTION, 1863-1877, BY ERIC FONER. NEW YORK: HARPER AND ROW, 1988. PP. IX, 690. $29.95. Randall Kennedy, 98 Yale L.J. 521 Yale Law Journal January, 1989

RECONSTRUCTION, DECONSTRUCTION AND LEGISLATIVE RESPONSE: THE 1988 SUPREME COURT TERM AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1990 Sondra Hemeryck, Cassandra Butts, Laura Jehl, Adrienne Koch, and Matthew Sloan, 25 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 475 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review Summer, 1990

RECONSTRUCTION OR REAFFIRMATION? REVIEW OF "THE BILL OF RIGHTS: CREATION AND RECONSTRUCTION" Douglas G. Smith, 8 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 167 George Mason Law Review Fall, 1999

REFLECTIONS ON THE SUPREME COURT'S 1988 TERM: THE EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION DECISIONS AND THE ABANDONMENT OF THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION Mark S. Brodin, 31 B.C. L. Rev. 1 Boston College Law Review December, 1989

REINVENTING BLACK POLITICS: SENATE DISTRICTS, MINORITY VOTE DILUTION AND THE PRESERVATION OF THE SECOND RECONSTRUCTION Terry Smith, 25 Hastings Const. L.Q. 277 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Spring 1998

REVOLUTIONARY CONSTITUTIONALISM IN THE ERA OF THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION Robert J. Kaczorowski, 61 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 863 New York University Law Review November, 1986

STRUCTURE, PARTICIPATION, CITIZENSHIP, AND RIGHT: LESSONS FROM AKHIL AMAR'S SECOND AND FOURTEENTH AMENDMENTS The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction. By Akhil Reed Amar. (New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1998) Pp. xv, 412. $30.00. Robert J. Cottrol, 87 Geo. L.J. 2307 Georgetown Law Journal July, 1999

Symposium LEGITIMATING RECONSTRUCTION: THE LIMITS OF LEGALISM Rogers M. Smith, 108 Yale L.J. 2039 Yale Law Journal June, 1999

THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION IN HARRIS COUNTY'S ONLY DISTRICT COURT Judge Mark Davidson, 33-DEC Hous. Law. 42 Houston Lawyer November/December, 1995

THE CONSTITUTION IN THE SUPREME COURT: CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION, 1865-1873 David P. Currie, 51 U. Chi. L. Rev. 131 University of Chicago Law Review Winter, 1984

THE DISMANTLING OF THE GRIGGS DISPARATE IMPACT THEORY AND THE FUTURE OF TITLE VII: THE NEED FOR A THIRD RECONSTRUCTION Robert Belton, 8 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 223 Yale Law and Policy Review 1990

THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AS POLITICAL COMPROMISE - - SECTION ONE IN THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON RECONSTRUCTION Earl M. Maltz, 45 Ohio St. L.J. 933 OhioState Law Journal 1984

THE GERRYMANDERING OF THE RECONSTRUCTION AMENDMENTS AND STRICT SCRUTINY: THE SUPREME COURT'S UNWARRANTED INTRUSION INTO THE POLITICAL THICKET Scott Allen Carlson, 23 T. Marshall L. Rev. 71 Thurgood Marshall Law Review Fall, 1997

THE POVERTY OF INTERPRETIVE UNIVERSALISM: TOWARD THE RECONSTRUCTION OF LEGAL THEORY Dennis Patterson, 72 Tex. L. Rev. 1 Texas Law Review November, 1993

THE RECONSTRUCTION PRESIDENTS, BY BROOKS D. SIMPSON; UNIVERSITY PRESS OF KANSAS, LAWRENCE, KS, 1998. 276 PAGES, $35.00. Christopher C. Faille, 46-FEB Fed. Law. 48 Federal Lawyer February, 1999

THE SCHOLARSHIP OF RECONSTRUCTION AND THE POLITICS OF BACKLASH Keith Aoki, 81 Iowa L. Rev. 1467 Iowa Law Review July 1996

THE STRANGE CAREER OF THE RECONSTRUCTION AMENDMENTS Eric Foner, 108 Yale L.J. 2003 Yale Law Journal June, 1999

THE TALES OF WHITE FOLK: DOCTRINE, NARRATIVE, AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF RACIAL REALITY The Rodrigo Chronicles: Conversations About America and Race. By Richard Delgado. New York: New York University Press, 1995. Pp. 273 Robert L. Hayman, Jr. Nancy Levit, 84 Calif. L. Rev. 377 California Law Review March, 1996

VOICES OF AMERICA: ACCENT, ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAW, AND A JURISPRUDENCE FOR THE LAST RECONSTRUCTION Mari J. Matsuda, 100 Yale L.J. 1329 Yale Law Journal March, 1991

WE ARE ALL FEDERALISTS, WE ARE ALL REPUBLICANS: HOLISM, SYNTHESIS, AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction. By Akhil Reed Amar. (New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1998) Pp. xv, 412. $30.00. Steven G. Calabresi, 87 Geo. L.J. 2273 Georgetown Law Journal July, 1999

 

Sexual Orientation

They're Just Funny That Way: Lesbians, Gay Men and African-American Communities as Viewed Through the Privacy Prism, Angela Gilmore, 38 How. L.j. 231, Howard Law Journal, Fall, 1994

They're Just Funny That Way: Lesbians, Gay Men and African-American Communities as Viewed Through the Privacy Prism, Angela Gilmore, 38 How. L.j. 231, Howard Law Journal, Fall, 1994

 

Urban Development

Impact of Urban Renewal or Land Development Initiatives on African- American Neighborhoods in Dade County Florida, Andrea Eaton, 3 How. Scroll 49, Howard Scroll: the Social Justice Review, Fall, 1995

 

Voting Rightsand Representation

Levels of Political Mobilization and Racial Bloc Voting among Latinos, Anglos, and African Americans in New York City, James W. Loewen, 13 Chicano-latino L. Rev. 38, Chicano-latino Law Review, Summer 1993

Black Faces, Black Interests: the Representation of African Americans in Congress. By Carol M. Swain. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. 1993. Pp. Xii, 275., Daniel A. Farber, 11 Const. Comment. 613, Constitutional Commentary, Winter, 1994

African-American Voting Rights: an Historical Struggle, Selwyn Carter, 44 Emory L.j. 859, Emory Law Journal, Summer 1995

Welfareand Poverty

An African American Anti-poverty Agenda, Billy J. Tidwell, Ph.d., 1 Geo. J. on Fighting Poverty 59, Georgetown Journal on Fighting Poverty, 1993

African American Women and "Typically Female," Low-wage Jobs: Is Litigation the Answer?, Charlotte, 17 Yale J. Int'l L. 211, Yale Journal of International Law, Winter, 1992

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