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Race and American Law, 1850-Present
2014 Volume III

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction
1. Due Process Ignored: Lynching and American Culture
______James P. Brochin
Guide
2. Educational Injustice in the United States
______Daniel Hicks
Guide
3. Almost a Citizen: A History of Social Injustice in America
______LaShante' A. James
Guide
4. The NAACP: Then and Now
______Pamela Kelley
Guide
5. Hidden Realities: School Desegregation and the Law — Brown and Black Victories During the Civil Rights Era
______Waltrina D. Kirkland-Mullins
Guide
6. Race, Socioeconomics, the Law, and Public Schools: Should the American Public Care if Our Schools Are Racially and Socioeconomically Segregated?
______Jeremy B. Landa
Guide
7. The Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments and the Dred Scott Decision: An Unlikely Stop on the Way to Citizenship
______ J. Robert Osborne
Guide
8. American Citizenship and the 14th Amendment: Conflicts and Resolutions in Education
______Jesus Tirado
Guide
9. Doghouse Schools and the Edgewood Kids: The Fight for Educational Opportunity from Plessy to Rodriguez
______William Carlos Wagoner-Morales
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10. Separate, but Equal: Is There Still Segregation in Education?
______Marissa J. White
Guide

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