Vol. 136 No. 7
A quick scan of LGBTQ-rights victories from the last two decades paints an indisputable picture of progress, a triumphant string of Supreme Court decisions...
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Affirmative action in the form of race-conscious admissions is being legally challenged by a conservative activist organization . During the Supreme Court’s 2022 October...
Race in the Roberts Court
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The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the Fallopian tubes. Three generations of imbeciles are enough. Justice Oliver Wendell...
Vol. 136 No. 2
In 1951, a promising young student submitted his application to the School of Theology at Boston University. His application was compelling but contained a...
Fifth Circuit Judges Cast Doubt on Environmental Justice Suits
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The truism that history matters can hide complexities. Consider the idea of problematic policy lineages. When may we call a policy the progeny of...
Vol. 134 No. 8
In the United States, caste oppression is real and present in our midst. In the summer of 2020, several employees of large tech firms...
Vol. 134 No. 7
In racially diverse metropolitan areas throughout the country, school district boundary lines create impermeable borders, separating affluent and predominantly white school districts from low-income,...
Vol. 134 No. 5
Equal protection doctrine is bound up in conceptions of intent. Unintended harms from well-meaning persons are, quite simply, nonactionable. This basic predicate has erected...
Eleventh Circuit Holds that Human Resource Employee’s Encouragement of Coworker to File EEOC Charge Was Not Protected Activity.
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