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Fair and Facially Neutral Higher Educational Admissions Through Disparate Impact Analysis
(Michigan Journal of Race and Law, 2004)
Using Title VII disparate impact jurisprudence as a point of departure, this article argues that higher education admissions policies should be subjected to disparate impact scrutiny, and proposes a feasible and effective ...
Locked in Inequality: The Persistence of Discrimination
(Michigan Journal of Race and Law, 2003)
In this Article, the author argues that the practice of charging school fees to attend public school is an example of locked-in discrimination that persists over time, even in the absence of intentional discrimination. ...
Robust Exchange of Ideas and the Presence of the African-American Voice in the Law School Environment: A Review of Literature
(The Modern American, 2009)
People of color represent about 30% of the United States population, but less than 10% of lawyers. African-Americans represent approximately 13% of the United States population, but only 6.8% of enrolled law students.2 The ...
Education and Labor Relations: Asian Americans and Blacks as Pawns in the Furtherance of White Hegemony
(Michigan Journal of Race and Law, 2007)
Asian Americans and Blacks have been, and continue to be, racialized relative to each other in our society. Asian Americans and Blacks have come to occupy marginalized positions as the polarized ends on the economic spectrums ...
The Future of Affirmative Action
(Cornell Higher Education Research Institute, 2004-05-01)
This paper, presented at the conference on Now What: Affirmative Action and Higher Education in 2004 and Beyond in Ithaca, NY, traces the barriers faced by Jews in obtaining access to higher education in the first half of ...
Access and Equity for African American Students in Higher Education: A Critical Race Historical Analysis of Policy Efforts
(Ohio State University Press, 2009-07-01)
Policies that have affected enrollments and degree attainment rates for African American students throughout the lifespan of higher education are analyzed in this article. Historically noteworthy progressive steps toward ...