...discrimination? A: I grew up in a community called Starrett City, one of the largest housing developments in the country...
Kristen Clarke parlayed a childhood in crime-ridden East Brooklyn into a career as a civil rights lawyer and commentator on issues of race, law and democracy. As chief of the Attorney General's Civil
Administrative Law Regulatory breakdown : the crisis of confidence in U.S. regulation / edited by Cary Coglianese.Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2012.KF1600 .R437 2012
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...at Harvard Law School, spoke on "Challenges in Achieving a Post-Racial Community in the Age of Obama" on Sept. 19 at Seton...
In what would be a blow to the victory achieved in Brown v. Board of Education, the Roberts Court may strike down the nuanced admissions program at the University of Texas at Austin, which considers
Daily Business Review
The Roberts court may strike down the University of Texas' nuanced admissions program, which considers race as only one of many factors in its review of student applications. Such a decision would be
In more than 70 friend-of-the court briefs filed in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, supporters of the university asked the U.S. Supreme Court to protect the school's ability to take appropri
In the struggle to create a truly integrated society, the Supreme Court has not always met the bar it set for itself
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Money, jobs and race are some of the big topics at the American Bar Association's midyear meeting, which convenes at the downtown Marriott Marquis in Atlanta today and runs through Feb. 14.High-power
...said that America has a long way to go to become a post-racial society, citing the disproportionate number of black men in prison. ...
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