In Summer 2012, we published Volume VI of the Journal under the theme "Streets Not Yet Paved with Gold: Roadblocks on the Path Towards an Integrated America."
The following articles were published:
Antoine Marshall, Wake Forest University School of Law
Pathways for Procurement: Operating Minority Business Programs After Rothe
Zainab Wurie, Emory University School of Law
Tainted: The Need for Equity Based Federal Expungement
Ashley Scott, Emory University School of Law
From the Trenches to the Workplace: Are Military Service Members Protected From a Hostile Work Environment?
Brooke DuBois, Vanderbilt University Law School
Morgan v. Richmond School of Health and Technology: Who's Really Profiting at For-Profit Schools?
Nerissa-Anne D. Robinson, University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law
Deferring Environmental Justice in Mississippi: Agency Deference Legacy Impacts Southern Black Communities
David Gan-wing Cheng, Mercer University School of Law
The McCleskey Court, Jury Discretion, and the Death Penalty: What Is A Black Life Worth?
Fallon Justine Speaker, University of North Carolina School of Law
An Endless Battle: The Rise of Anti-Abortion Legislation and Decline of the Woman's Fundamental Right to Reproductive Privacy
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