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Carving out a humanity : race, rights, and redemption / edited by Janet Dewart Bell and Vincent M. Southerland.

Bell, Janet Dewart, (editor.). Southerland, Vincent M., (editor.). Ogletree, Charles J. No justice, no peace. (Added Author). Lawrence, Charles. Each other's harvest. (Added Author). Williams, Patricia J., 1951- Archetypes that haunt us. (Added Author). Delgado, Richard. Derrick Bell's toolkit-fit to dismantle that famous house? (Added Author). Guinier, Lani. Enlisting race, resisting power, transforming democracy. (Added Author). Allen, Anita. Accountability for private life. (Added Author). Matsuda, Mari J., 1956- Somebody else's child. (Added Author). Harris, Cheryl I. From the West to the rest. (Added Author). Thomas, Kendall. Envisioning abolition. (Added Author). Bell, Derrick, 1930-2011 Racism as the ultimate deception. (Added Author).

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781620976203 :
  • ISBN: 162097620X :
  • Physical Description: xi, 387 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : The New Press, [2020]

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
No justice, no peace / Charles Ogletree -- Each other's harvest / Charles Lawrence -- The archetypes that haunt us / Patricia Williams -- Derrick Bell's toolkit-fit to dismantle that famous house? / Richard Delgado -- Enlisting race, resisting power, transforming democracy / Lani Guinier -- Accountability for private life / Anita Allen -- Somebody else's child / Mari Matsuda -- From the West to the rest : interest convergence in California racial politics / Cheryl Harris -- Envisioning abolition : sex, citizenship, and the racial imaginary of the killing state / Kendall Thomas -- Racism as the ultimate deception / Derrick Bell -- Like a loaded weapon / Robert Williams -- A hip-hop theory of justice / Paul Butler -- The racist reality of the 2008 financial crisis / Emma Coleman Jordan -- After Obama : three "post-racial" challenges / Devon Carbado -- Justice undone : color blindness after civil rights / Ian Haney López -- Critiquing the family tree : white supremacy in the writing of history / Annette Gordon-Reed -- Badges and incidents : lingering vestiges of slavery in the Thirteenth Amendment / William Carter -- The criminal injustice of capital punishment / Stephen Bright -- What's left out of Brown / Sherrilyn Ifill -- The society we want / Michelle Alexander -- A tale of two Americas / Theodore M. Shaw -- The boundaries of whiteness : from till to Trayvon / Angela Onwuachi-Willig -- Violence and the word / Kenneth W. Mack.
Summary, etc.:
"Carving Out a Humanity gathers some of our country's brightest progressive legal stars in a volume that illuminates the facets of the law that have continued to perpetuate racial inequality and to confound our nation at the start of a new millennium. Originally delivered as Derrick Bell Lectures in a series at NYU School of Law, begun in 1995 and running up through 2019, Carving Out a Humanity offers an unprecedented array of today's most creative and brilliant thinking on race and the law"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Race discrimination > Law and legislation > United States.
Civil rights > United States.
Criminal justice, Administration of > United States.

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