"Serving Two Masters", Derek Bell; "Race Consciousness", Garry Peller; "Case For Affirmative Action in Legal Academia", Duncan Kennedy; "Legitimizing Racial Descrimination", Alan Freeman; "Minority Critique of the Critical Legal Studies Movement", Harlton Dalton, "Critical Legal Studies and Reparations", Mari Matsuda; "Race, Reform and Retrenchment", Kimberle Crenshaw; "The Reconstructive Theology of Dr Martin Luther King Jr.", Anthony Cook; "Reckoning with Unconscious Racism", Charles Lawrence; "The Law of Race Relations", Gerald Torres; "Regrouping in Singular Times", Patricia Williams; "Intellectual Life in a Multicultural World", John Calmore; "A Critique of 'Our Constitution is Colour-Blind'", Neil Gotanda; "History of the Angelo Herndon Case", Kendall Thomas; "Whiteness as Property", Cheryl Harris; "The Boundaries of Race", Richard Ford; "Emperor's Clothes", Lani Guinier; "Saphire Bound" Regina Austin.
Kimberle Crenshaw is a professor of law at UCLA and Columbia School of Law in New York. Neil Gotanda is a professor of law at Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, California. Gary Peller is a professor of law at Georgetown Law Center in Washington, D.C. Kendall Thomas is a professor of law at Columbia School of Law in New York.
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