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Russell L. Adams

Ura Jean Oyemade Bailey

  • One Third of a Nation: African American Perspectives. Washington, DC: Howard University Press, 2002. Jean Oyemade Bailey and Lorenzo Morris, eds.

Thomas C. Battle

Tricia Bent-Goodley

  • African American Social Workers and Social Policy. New York: The Haworth Press, 2003.
  • "Meeting the Challenges of Contemporary Foster Care." The Future of Children. 14, No.1 (2004): 75-93. Chipungu SS, Bent-Goodley T.
  • "Culture and domestic violence – Transforming knowledge development." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 20, No. 2 (Feb 2005): 195-203

Mary Frances Berry

  • Black Resistance, White Law: A History of Constitutional Racism in America. New York: A. Lane, Penguin Press, 1994.
  • Military Necessity and Civil Rights Policy: Black Citizenship and the Constitution, 1861-1868. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1977. 

Jannette L. Dates

  • Split Image: African Americans in the Mass Media, co-edited with William Barlow. 2nd ed.; Washington, DC: Howard University Press, 1993.  In 1999, Split Image was named by the AEJMC as one of the 35 most influential books in communication in the 20 th century.
  • “Portrayal of Families of Color on Television” (with Carolyn Stroman), in Television and the American Family, ed. Jennings Bryant and J. Alison Bryant, 207-228. 2nd ed.; Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2001.
  • "From 'Beulah' to 'Under One Roof':  African American Women on Primetime Commercial Television," in Mass Media in Society, ed. Alan Wells and Ernest Hakanen, 527-550. 2nd ed.; Wesport, CT: Greenwood/Ablex Publishers, 1997.
  • "African American Women and Mass Communication Research" (with Carolyn Stroman), in Women Transforming Communication, ed. Donna Allen, Romona Rush, and Susan Kaufman, 249-258. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1996.
  • "Advertising: The World of Caroline Jones," in Women and Media: Content, Careers, Criticism, ed. Cynthia Lont, 131-142. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing, 1995.
  • “From ‘Beulah’ to ‘Gimme a Break’: African American Women in Primetime TV”, in Mass Media and Society, ed. Alan Wells.  Boston, MA: D.C. Heath, 1987.
  • “African Americans in Film and Television; Twentieth Century Lessons for the New Millennium," (with Thomas Mascaro), Journal of Popular Film and Television, 33, No.2 (Summer 2005): 50-54.
  • “Movin On Up: Black Women Decision Makers in Entertainment Television," Journal of Popular Film and Television, 33, No.2 (Summer 2005): 68-79.
  • "Warping the World--Media's Mangled Images of Race," (co-authored with Edward Pease), Media Studies Journal--Race America's Rawest Nerve, 8, no. 3 (1994): 89-95 (The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, 1994, ed. Everett Dennis and Edward Pease).
  • "Cultural Diversity in American Media History," Film History 21, no. 2/3 (1991): 65-70. The Historians’ Film Committee of the Smithsonian Institute, Media Studies Project, 1991, ed. John E. O'Connor, and Gregory Bush).
  • “Race and Racial Attitudes and Adolescent Perceptions of Black Television Characters," Journal of Broadcasting 24, no.4 (Fall 1980): 549-560.

Derek Black

  • “Beyond Brown: Its Impact upon American Education.” National Bar Association Magazine (Mar.-Apr. 2004): 14.
  • Gregory C. Malhoit & Derek W. Black, “The Power of Small Schools: Achieving Equal Educational Opportunity Through Academic Success and Democratic Citizenship.” Nebraska Law Review 82 (2003): 50.
  • “Picking up the Pieces after Alexander v. Sandoval: Resurrecting a Private Cause of Action for Disparate Impact.” New York City Law Review 81 (2002): 356.
  • “The Case for the New Compelling Government Interest: Improving Educational Outcomes.” New York City Law Review 80 (2002): 923.

Spencer Boyer

  • "Federal Injunctive Relief: A Counterpoise Against State Criminal Prosecution Designed to Deter the Exercise of Preferred Constitutional Rights." Howard Law Journal 13 (1966): 51.
  • "On the Brief for John D. Ehrlichman, United States of America v. Richard M. Nixon, President." In the Supreme Court of the United States (1974).

Taft Broome

  • "Race and the Information Superhighway: Implications for Participatory Democracy in the 21st Century." In: John Barber and Alice A. Tait (eds.), The Information Society and the Black Community, 179-191. New York: Praeger Publishers, 2000 . McCormick, Joseph; Broome, Taft.

Alice Bullock

  • “Taxes, Social Policy and Philanthropy: The Untapped Potential of Middle-and Low-Income Generosity.” Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy 6 (1997): 325.

Anju Grover Chaudhary

  • "Kerner Commission Report." In: Historical Dictionary of Political Communication in the United States, 73-74. Edited by Guido H. Stempel, III and Jacqueline Nash Gifford. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1999.
  • Review of: Voices of Revolution: The Dissident Press in America, by Rodger Streitmatter (New York: Columbia University Press, 2001). Journalism Studies 3, No.4 (Nov 2002): 589.

Sandra S. Chipungu

  • "Meeting the Challenges of Contemporary Foster Care."  Future of Children 14, No. 1 (2004): 75-93. S.S. Chipungu and T. Bent-Goodley.

Lisa A. Crooms

  • “To Establish My Legitimate Name Inside the Consciousness of Strangers: Critical Race Praxis, Progressive Women-of-Color Theorizing, and Human Rights.” Howard Law Journal 46 (2003): 229.
  • “The Mythical, Magical "Underclass": Constructing Poverty In Race and Gender, Making the Public Private and the Private Public.” Journal of Gender Race & Justice 5 (2001): 87. 
  • “Indivisible Rights and Intersectional Identities or, What Do Women's Human Rights Have to Do with the Race Convention?” Howard Law Journal 40 (1997): 619.
  • “Families, Fatherlessness, and Women’s Human Rights: an Analysis of the Clinton Administration’s Public Housing Policy as a Violation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.” Brandeis Law Journal 36 (1997): 1.
  • “Speaking Partial Truths and Preserving Power: Deconstructing White Supremacy, Patriarchy, and the Rape Corroboration Rule in the Interest of Black Liberation.” Howard Law Journal 40 (1997): 459.

E. Christi Cunningham

  • “Identity Markets.” Howard Law Journal 45 (2002): 491.
  • “The ‘Racing’ Cause of Action and the Identity Formerly Known as Race: the Road to Tamazunchale.” Rutgers Law Journal 30 (1999): 707.
  • “Preserving Normal Heterosexual Male Fantasy: the ‘Severe or Pervasive’ Missed-Interpretation of Sexual Harassment in the Absence of a Tangible Job Consequence.” University of Chicago Legal Forum 1999 (1999): 199.
  • “The Rise of Identity Politics I: The Myth of the Protected Class in Title VII Disparate Treatment Cases.” Connecticut Law Review 30 (1998): 441.

 Okianer Christian Dark

  • “Incorporating Issues of Race, Gender, Class, Sexual Orientation, and Disability into Law School Teaching.” Willamette Law Review (1996): 541.
  • “Violence and the Mass Media: Lessons Learned from the Battle Over ‘Words that Wound’.” Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 4 (1995): 25.
  • “Just My Magination.” Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 10 (1993): 21.
  • “Cosmic Consciousness: Teaching on the Frontiers.” Loyola Law Review 38 (1992): 38.

Donn G. Davis

  • Review of: Kenny J Whitby, The Color of Representation: Congressional Behavior and Black Interests (Ann Arbor, MI: U Michigan Press, 1997). Journal of Politics 62, No.2 (May 2000): 580-582.
  • "In the Mirror of Time: Unbound Interests and the New Black Leadership: A Retrospective Critique of Essay I: Centrifugal Influences on Black Politics." In: Matthew Holden, Politics of the Black Nation (1973). National Political Science Review 8 (Spr 2001): 6-18.
  • "Black Political Ideology and Leadership: A Critical Disconnect?" The National Political Science Review 10 (Spr 2005): 190-204.

Marsha Echols

  • “Regional Economic Integration and Higher Education: An Idea for a University.” Law and Policy in International Business 27 (1996): 903.

Richard A. English

  • "The Continuing and Expanding Roles of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in an Era of Affirmative Action and Diversity in Higher Education." In: Beverly Lindsay and Manuel J. Justiz (eds.), The Quest for Equity in Higher Education: Toward New Paradigms in an Evolving Affirmative Action Era, 183-205. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2001. Antoine M. Garibaldi, Horace G. Dawson, Jr., and Richard A. English.
  • "Homelessness and health problems among African Americans." In: Livingston I. (ed.), Handbook of Black American Health: Policies and Issues behind Disparities in Health." Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004. English RA, Ross-Sheriff F, Husain A.

Jane Flax

  • The American Dream in Black and White. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1998; paperback, 1999.

Aderson François

  • “Looking for God and Racism in all the Wrong Places.” Denver University Law Review 70 (1993): 191.

John Hope Franklin

  • African Americans and the Living Constitution. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1995. Franklin, John Hope and Genna Rae McNeil.

Michael Frazier

  • " Multiculturalism, Race and Education." Journal of Negro Education 64, No.2 (1996): 124-40.

Lawrence E Gary

  • "Family Etiology of Youth Problems." In: Drug Abuse Prevention through Family Intervention, 42-77. Edited by R. S. Ashery, E. B. Robertson, and E. B. Kumpfer.  Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1988.
  • "Challenges Facing African American Families at the Dawn of A New Century." In: One Third of a Nation: African American Perspectives, 71-97. Edited by U.J.O Bailey and L. Morris. Washington, DC: Howard University Press, 2002.
  • "(Dis)Respected and (Dis)Regarded: Race Discrimination and Mental Health." In: In and Out of Our Right Minds: The Mental Health of African American Women, 83-98.  Edited by D. R. Brown and V. M. Keith. New York: Columbia University Press, 2003.

Ralph Gomes

  • "Reflections on The Souls of Black Folk-100 Years Later: White Supremacy, Class Struggle and Social Transformation." Project South: Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide, 11, No.2 (Fall 2003): 3-13.
  • From Exclusion to Inclusion: The Long Struggle for African American Political Power. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995. R. C. Gomes et al, eds.

Ruby M. Gourdine

  • "School Reform: A Viable Domain for School Social Work Practice." In: Social Work at the Millennium: Critical Reflections on the Future of the Profession, 138-159. Edited by June Gary Hopps and Robert Morris. New York: The Free Press, 2000. Wendy G. Winters and R. M. Gourdine.
  • "Black Adolescent Females: An Examination of the Impact of Violence on Their Lives and Perceptions of Environmental Supports." Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment 4, No.4 (2001): 275- 298. A. W. Brown and  R. Gourdine.
  • "A Beginning Professional's Journey toward Understanding Equality and Social Justice in the Field of Social Work." Reflections (Winter 2004): 73-81.

Frederick D. Harper

  • "Violence and Schools in the USA: Implications for Counseling." International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 21 (1999): 349-366. F. D. Harper and F. Ibrahim.

Charles Wesley Harris

  • Congress and the Governance of the Nation''s Capital. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 1995.

Marion Hayes Hull

  • "Protecting Children from Sex and Violence in the Media: Assessment of Broadcast Regulations." Communicare 17, No.2 (1998): 107-113. M. H. Hull, et al.

Altaf Husain

  • "Homelessness and Health Problems among African Americans." In:  Handbook of Black American Health: Policies and Issues behind Disparities in Health. Edited by I. Livingston. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004. R. A. English, F. Ross-Sheriff and A. Husain.

Steven Jamar

  • “Destructive Messages: How Hate Speech Paves the Way for Harmful Social Movements.” Howard Law Journal 46 (2003): 499.

Kathy I. Jenkins

Sylvia T Johnson

  • "Visions of Equity in National Assessments." In:  Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment, 343-66. Edited by M. Nettles. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995.

Walda Katz-Fishman

  • "Downsizing Higher Education: Confronting the New Realities of the High-Tech Information Age Global Economy." In: Understanding Inequality: The Intersection of Race/Ethnicity, Class, and Gender, 339 349. Edited by Barbara A. Arrighi. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001.  Reprinted with permision from: Atlanta: Project South, Institute for the Elimination of Poverty & Genocide, 1995.
  • "Globalization of Capital and Class Struggle." In: Labor and Capital in the Age of Globalization, 179-194. Edited by Berch Berberoglu. New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002. W. Katz-Fishman, J. Scott and I. Modupe.
  • "African American Politics in the Era of Capitalist Economic Contraction." In: From Exclusion to Inclusion: The Long Struggle for African American Political Power, 85-96. Edited by Ralph C. Gomes et al. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995. W. K. Fishman, et al.

Rachel King

  • Rachel King & Katherine Norgard, “What About Our Families? Using the Impact on Death Row Defendents Family Members as a Mitigating Factor in Death Penalty Sentencing Hearings.” Florida State University Law Review. 26 (1999): 1119.

Adam Kurland

  • “Partisan Rhetoric, Constitutional Reality, and Political Responsibility: The Troubling Constitutional Consequences of Achieving DC Statehood by Simple Legislation.” George Washington Law Review 60 (1992): 475.

Morris Levitt

  • State and Local Government and Politics: A Simulation. 5th ed.; Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 2001.

Alain Locke

Cynthia R. Mabry

  • “Second Chance: Insuring that Poor Families Remain Intact by Minimizing Socioeconomic Ramifications of Poverty.” West Virginia Law Review 102 (2000): 607.
  • “African Americans ‘Are Not Carbon Copies’ of White Americans.” 13 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 13 (1998): 405.
  • “Reaffirming Affirmative Action: We’ve Come a Long Way, But Not Far Enough.” Race & Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal 2 (1996).
  • “Brother Can You Spare Some Change? And Your Privacy Too? : Avoiding a Fatal Collision Between Public Interests and Beggars' First Amendment Rights,” University of San Francisco Law Review 28 (1994): 309.

Joseph P. McCormick, II

  • "Matthew Holden, Jr.: Between Theory and Practice." PS: Political Science and Politics 31, No.3 (September 1998): 653-657. Joseph P.McCormick, II; Steven M. Teles.
  • Expressions of Racial Consciousness: Data from the Million Man March." In: Yvette Alex-Assensoh and Lawrence Hanks (eds.), Black and Multiracial Politics in America, 315-336. New York: New York University Press, 2000. Joseph McCormick; Sekou Franklin.
  • "Race and the Information Superhighway: Implications for Participatory Democracy in the 21st Century." In: John Barber and Alice A. Tait (eds.), The Information Society and the Black Community, 179-191. New York: Praeger Publishers, 2000 . McCormick, Joseph; Broome, Taft.
  • Review of: Race, Money, and the American Welfare State. American Political Science Review 94, No.4 ( Dec 2000): 941-942.
  • "Clientage, Opposition, and Withdrawal: Three Forms of External Politics, A Reexamination of Essay II." In: Georgia A. Persons, ed., The Politics of the Black 'Nation': A Twenty-Five-Year Retrospective, 19-29. The National Political Science Review 8 (2001).

Harold A. McDougall

  • “School Desegregation or Affirmative Action?” Washburn Law Journal 44 (2004): 655.
  • “Brown at Sixty: the Case for Black Reparations.” Howard Law Journal 47 (2004): 863.
  • “For Critical Race Practitioners: Race, Racism, and American Law.” Howard Law Journal 46 (2002).

Maxwell C. Manning

  • Review of: Educating Black Males: Critical Lessons in Schooling, Community and Power, by Ronnie Hopkins. Journal of Negro Education 67(1), 1999: 86-88.
  • "Cultural Competent Behavioral Managed Care with Children." In: Cultural Competence in Managed Behavioral Health Care, 15-39. Edited by V. Jackson and L. Lopez. Providence, RI: Manisses, 1999.
  • "Drug Trafficking among African American Youth: Risk factors for Future Incarceration." Journal of African American Men 5, No.4 (2001): 39-64. J. N. Okundaye, L. J. Cornelius,  and M. C. Manning

Lorenzo Morris

  • One Third of a Nation: African American Perspectives. Washington, DC: Howard University Press, 2002. Ura Jean Oyemade Bailey and Lorenzo Morris, eds.
  • "Unequal Votes and Party Politics." NCOBPS News letter 16, No. 1 (2001): 11-14.

Ziyad Motala

  • “The First Amendment and Hate Speech: An Illustrations of Why the United States Supreme Court’s Approach Represents an Anomaly.” Howard Law Journal 46 (2003): 507.

Lateef Mtima

  • “American Economic Empowerment Strategies for the New Millennium- Revisiting the Washington-du Bosi Dialectic.” Howard Law Journal 42 (1999): 391.

Clifford L. Muse, Jr.

James E. Newby

  • "Pasadena City Board of Education, et al. v. Spangler." In: Encyclopedia of African American Education, 344-46. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press (1996).
  • "McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education." In: Encyclopedia of African American Education, 284-85. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
  • "Lucy et al. v. Adams, Dean of Admissions, University of Alabama." In: Encyclopedia of African American Education, 271-72. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996..
  • "Cumming v. Richmond County Board of Education." In: Encyclopedia of African American Education, 128-30. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
  • "Civil Rights Act of 1964." In: Encyclopedia of African American Education , 90-92. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
  • Review of: Forty Years after the Brown Decision: Implications of School Desegregation for U.S. Education, Vol. 13 (New York: AMS Press,1996). Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 4, No.2 (1999): 199-201.
  • "Coleman Report." In: Encyclopedia of African American Education , 102-03. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
  • "Sipuel v. Board of Regents of The University of Oklahoma" In: Encyclopedia of African American Education, 419-21. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.
  • "Roberts v. The City of Boston."  In: Encyclopedia of African American Education, 88-89. Edited by Faustine C. Jones-Wilson et al. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996.

Michael deHaven Newsom

  • “Clarence Thomas, Victim? Perhaps, and Victimizer? Yes: A Study in Social and Racial Alienation From African-Americans.” Saint Louis University Law Journal 48 (2004): 327.
  • “The Last Word.” The Jurist 11 (2002): 24.
  • “The American Protestant Empire: A Historical Perspective." Washburn Law Journal 40 (2000): 187.
  • “Common School Religion: Judicial Narratives in a Protestant Empire.” Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 11 (2002): 219.
  • “Some Kind of Religious Freedom: National Prohibition and the Volstead Act's Exemption for the Religious Use of Wine.” Brooklyn Law Review 70 (2005): 739.

Laurence C. Nolan

  • “Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White—an Interesting Read for the Great Dissenter in Plessy v. Ferguson.” Howard Law Journal 47 (2003): 87.

Rebecca Reviere

  • "Meeting the Health Care Needs of the New Woman Inmate: A National Survey of Prison Practices." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 34, No.2 (2001): 31-48. Vernetta D. Young and Rebecca Reviere*
  • "Death and Society: A Feminist Perspective." In: Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Anthology, 127-142. Edited by Roberta Rosenberg.  New York: Peter Lang Publishers, 2001. R. Reviere and R. West.
  • Child Care and Inequality: Rethinking Carework for Children and Youth. Edited by. Francesca M. Cancian, Demie Kurz, Andrew London, Rebecca Reviere and Mary Tuominen. New York: Routledge, 2002.
  • "Behind Bars: An Examination of Race and Health Disparities in Prison." In: The Praeger Handbook of Black American Health: Policies and Issues Behind Disparities in Health. Edited by Ivor Livingston.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 2004. Vernetta D. Young, Rebecca Reviere and Yaw Ackah.
  • "Aging Behind Bars: Health Care for Older Women in Prison." Journal of Women & Aging 16, No.1 (Spring 2004). Rebecca Reviere and Vernetta D. Young.

Sherman Rogers

  • “Constitutional Aspects of Extending Section 701(j) of Title VII and Section 19 of the NLRA to Religious Objections to Union Dues.” Thurgood Marshall Law Review 11 (1985): 1.
  • “The ADA, Title VII, and the Bar Examination: The Nature and Extent of the ADA’s Coverage of Bar Examinations and an Analysis of the Applicability of Title VII to such Tests.” Howard Law Journal 36 (1993): 1.
  • “Title VII Preemption of State Bar Examinations: Applicability of Title VII to State Occupational Licensing Tests.” Howard Law Journal 32 (1989): 563.

Reginald Robinson

  • “The Racial Limits of the Fair Housing Act: The Intersection of Dominant White Images, the Violence of Neighborhood Purity, and the Master Narrative of Black Inferiority.” William & Mary Law Review 37 (1995): 69.
  • “The Impact of Hobbes' Empirical Natural Law on Title VII’s Effectiveness: A Hegelian Critique.” Connecticut Law Review 25 (1993): 607.
  • “Race Consciousness: Can Thick, Legal Contextual Analysis Assist Poor, Low-Status Workers Overcome Discriminatory Hurdles in the Fast Food Industry? A Reply to Regina Austin.” Journal of Marshall Law Review 34 (2000): 245

Victor Romero

  • “Changing the Face of Immigration: A Year in Transition: Race, Immigration, and the Department of Homeland Security.” Saint John's Journal of Legal Commentary 19 (2004): 51. 

Josephine Ross

  • “He Looks Guilty: Reforming Good Character Evidence to Undercut the Presumption of Guilt.” University of Pittsburg Law Review 65 (2004): 227.
  • “The Fault Lines of Domestic Violence Enforcement.” Cardozo Women's Law Journal 9 (2003): 507.
  • “Sex, Marriage and History: Analyzing the Continued Resistance to Same-Sex Marriage.” Southern Methodist University Law Review 55 (2002): 1657.
  • “The Sexualization of Difference: A Comparison of Mixed-Race and Same-Gender Marriage.” Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 37 (2002): 255.
  • “Riddle for our Times: The Continued Refusal to Apply the Miscegenation Analogy to Same-Sex Marriage.” Rutgers Law Review 54 (2002): 999.
  • “Autonomy Versus a Client's Best Interests: The Defense Lawyer's Dilemma When Mentally Ill Clients Seek to Control their Defense.” American Criminal Law Review 35 (1998): 1343.

Fariyal Ross-Sheriff

  • "Homelessness and Health Problems among African Americans." In:  Handbook of Black American Health: Policies and Issues behind Disparities in Health. Edited by I. Livingston Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004. R. A. English, F. Ross-Sheriff and A. Husain.

Kurt L. Schmoke

“Forging a New Consensus in the War on Drugs: Is it Possible?” Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review 10 (2001): 351.

Richard A. Seltzer

  • "Multiculturalism, Race and Education." Journal of Negro Education 64, no. 2 (1996): 124-40.
  • Sex As a Political Variable : Women As Candidates and Voters in U.S. Elections. Lynne Rienner, 1997. Richard Seltzer, Jody Newman, Melissa Voorhees Leighton, jo Newman
  • "The Vanishing Juror: Why Are There Not Enough Available Jurors?" The Justice System Journal 20, No.3 (1999): 203-218.
  • Contemporary Controversies and the American Racial Divide. Rowman & Littlefield, 2000. Robert Charles Smith, Richard Seltzer

Janet Sims-Wood

J. Clay Smith

  • "Celebrating Fifty Years of Desegregation Jurisprudence: The Road to Brown v. Board of Education and its Aftermath.” Howard Law Journal 47 (2004): 1075.
  • “Lynching at Bensonhurst: A Bibliographic Essay.” Howard Scroll 4 (2001): 97. 
  • “Exact Justice and the Spirit of Protest: The Case of Plessy v. Ferguson and the Black Lawyer.” Howard Scroll 4(1999): 1.
  • “Open Letter to the President on Race and Affirmative Action.” Howard Law Journal 42 (1998): 27.
  • “Remembered Hero, Forgotten Contribution: Charles Hamilton Houston, Legal Realism, and Labor Law.” Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 14 (1998): 1.
  • "Black Women Lawyers: 125 Years at the Bar; 100 Years in the Legal Academy." Howard Law Journal 40 (1997):365.
  • "Shifts of Federalism and its Implications for Civil Rights. Howard Law Journal 39 (1996):737 
  • "Freedom's Birthplace: The Making of George Lewis Ruffin, the First Black Law Graduate of Harvard University." Howard Law Journal 39 (1995): 201.
  • J. Clay Smith, Jr. and Lisa C. Wilson. "Brown on White College Campuses: Forty Years of Brown v. Board of Education." William & Mary Law Review 36 (1995):733. 
  • J. Clay Smith, Jr. and Scott Burrell. "Justice Thurgood Marshall: The Legacy of His Jurisprudence, Justice Thurgood Marshall and the First Amendment." Arizona State Law Journal 26 (1994): 461.
  • "The Precarious Implications of DNA Profiling." University of Pittsburgh Law Review 55 (1994): 865.
  • "United States Foreign Policy and Goler Teal Butcher." 37 Howard Law Journal 37 (1994): 139. 
  • "Justice and Jurisprudence and the Black Lawyer." Notre Dame Law Review 69 (1994): 1077.
  • "In the Shadow of Plessy: A Portrait of McCants Stewart, Afro-American Legal Pioneer." 73 Minnesota Law Review 73 (1988): 495. 
  • Rebels in law: voices in history of Black women lawyers. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press 1998. 

Jacqueline Smith

  • "Health, Disability, and the Older Population: Greater Disparity between Black and White, or within Black." In: The Praeger Handbook of Black American Health. Edited by I. L. Livingston.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004. R. Manuel and J. Smith.

Andrew Taslitz

  • "Catering to the Constable: The Courts Latest Fourth Amendment Cases Give the Nod to Police Margaret Paris." Criminal Justice 19 (2004): 5. 
  • "A Feminist Fourth Amendment?: Consent, Care, Privacy, and Social Meaning in Ferguson v. City of Charleston." 9 Duke Journal of Gender Law Policy 9 (2002): 1. 
  • "Stories of Fourth Amendment Disrespect: From Elian to the Internment." 70 Fordham Law Review 70 (2002): 2257.
  • "The Fourth Amendment in The Twenty-First Century: Technology, Privacy, and Human Emotions." Law and Contemporary Problems 65 (2002): 125. 
  • "Condemning the Racist Personality: Why the Critics of Hate Crimes Legislation are Wrong." Boston College Law Review 40 (1999): 739.

Richard Thornell

  • "The Future of Affirmative Action in Higher Education." 29 Howard Law Journal 29 (1986): 259 

Alvin Thornton

  • "An Assessment of Civil Rights Gains and Losses." In: African Americans and Civil Rights: A Reappraisal; Essays and Firsthand Accounts from the Modern Civil Rights Era, ed. Larry L. Martin, 16-31. Washington, DC: Associated Publishers, 1997. 

Kenneth S. Tollett

  • "A Color-Conscious Constitution: The One Pervading Purpose Redux." Journal of Negro Education 52, No.3 (1983): 189-212. Tollett, Kenneth S., Jeanette J. Leonard, and Portia P. James.
  • "Notes of a Racial Caste Baby: Color blindness and the End of Affirmative Action." Journal of Negro Education 68, no. 2 (Spring 1999): 227-236.
  • "On Higher Ground: Education and the Case of Affirmative Action." Journal of Negro Education 68, no. 2 (Spring 1999): 227-236.
  • "Affirmative Action's Testament of Hope: Strategies for a New Era in Higher Education." Journal of Negro Education 68 , no. 2 (Spring 1999): 227-236.

Sylvia Walker

  • "Ending Discrimination in Special Education." Journal of Negro Education 66, No.2 (Spring 1997): 193-194.

Clint C. Wilson, II

  • Race, Multiculturalism and the Media: From Mass to Class Communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1995. Clint C. Wilson II and Felix Gutierrez.
  • A History of the Black Press. Washington, DC: Howard University Press, 1997. C C Wilson, et al.
  • Racism, Sexism and the Media: The Rise of Class Communication in Multicultural America. 3rd Ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2003. Clint C. Wilson II, Felix Gurtierrez and Lena Chao.

Patricia Worthy

  • "Diversity and Minority Stereotyping in the Television Media: The Unsettled First Amendment Issue." Hastings Communication and Entertainment Law Journal (1996): 509.

Vernetta D. Young

  • "Meeting the Health Care Needs of the New Woman Inmate: A National Survey of Prison Practices." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 34, No.2 (2001): 31-48. Vernetta D. Young and Rebecca Reviere.
  • African American Classics in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2002. Shaun L. Gabbidon, Helen Taylor Greene, and Vernetta D. Young, editors.
  • Behind Bars: An Examination of Race and Health Disparities in Prison. In: The Praeger Handbook of Black American Health: Policies and Issues Behind Disparities in Health. Edited by Ivor Livingston.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 2004. Vernetta D. Young, Rebecca Reviere and Yaw Ackah.


  


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