AFRICAN AMERN & LIVING CONST
John Hope Franklin, Genna Rae McNeil
Smithsonian, Mar 17, 1995 - Law - 364 pages
Bringing together distinguished jurists, historians, and legal scholars -- including Mary Frances Berry, Matthew Holden, Gary Orfield, Derrick Bell, A. Leon Higginbotham, and Julius Chambers -- this book explores such topics as the legacy of racial discrimination and issues of affirmative action, hate speech, and institutionalized racism.
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