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Section 4: Civil Rights & Employment Law, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2000

Section 4: Civil Rights & Employment Law, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

Supreme Court Preview

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Flyer: Commemorate The Women's Movement In Jacksonville, Edna Louise Saffy Aug 2000

Flyer: Commemorate The Women's Movement In Jacksonville, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Flyer for Women’s Equality Day program Balis Park in San Marco, Jacksonville, Florida August 26, 2000.


Program: A Commemoration Of Women's History Program August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy Aug 2000

Program: A Commemoration Of Women's History Program August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Women's Equality Day Eighty Years of Women's Suffrage Thirty Years of Jacksonville Women's Movement August 26, 2000 9 A.M. Includes program, and Procession of Honor to Mary Nolan’s grave. Program Committee: Karen Danko, Cathy Drompp, Pam Flynn, Sharon Laird, Edna Saffy, Judy Sheklin, Elizabeth Teague and Louise Stanton Warren.


Writings: Program Presented In Balis Park, San Marco, Jacksonville Florida. In Celebration Of Women On August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy Aug 2000

Writings: Program Presented In Balis Park, San Marco, Jacksonville Florida. In Celebration Of Women On August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Speeches: Version of the program delivered on August 26, 2000 by Dr. Edna L. Saffy commemorating Women’s Equality Day, eighty years of woman’s suffrage and thirty years of the Jacksonville Women’s Movement.


Supreme Court's 1998-1999 Term: Fourth Amendment Decisions, Kathryn R. Urbonya Apr 2000

Supreme Court's 1998-1999 Term: Fourth Amendment Decisions, Kathryn R. Urbonya

Faculty Publications

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Reforming State Brownfield Programs To Comply With Title Vi, Bradford Mank Jan 2000

Reforming State Brownfield Programs To Comply With Title Vi, Bradford Mank

Faculty Articles and Other Publications

Many states have adopted voluntary action programs to encourage developers to clean up and redevelop brownfields, former industrial or commercial facilities that have some environmental contamination. While brownfields redevelopment often has important benefits, states often allow cleanups that are less stringent than would otherwise be required and that raises the possibility that redevelopment could pose health risks to neighboring residents. Because many brownfield sites are located in areas with significant minority populastions, there is the potential for disproportionate impacts against these groups. If disparate impacts occur, states are arguably liable under Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The ...


Book Review Of Getting Around Brown: Desegregation, Development, And The Columbus Public Schools, Davison M. Douglas Jan 2000

Book Review Of Getting Around Brown: Desegregation, Development, And The Columbus Public Schools, Davison M. Douglas

Popular Media

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Book Review Of But For Birmingham: The Local And National Movements In The Civil Rights Struggle, Davison M. Douglas Jan 2000

Book Review Of But For Birmingham: The Local And National Movements In The Civil Rights Struggle, Davison M. Douglas

Faculty Publications

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Book Review Of Make Haste Slowly: Moderates, Conservatives, And School Desegregation In Houston, Davison M. Douglas Jan 2000

Book Review Of Make Haste Slowly: Moderates, Conservatives, And School Desegregation In Houston, Davison M. Douglas

Faculty Publications

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The Voting Rights Act And The "New And Improved" Intent Test: Old Wine In New Bottles, Randolph M. Mclaughlin Jan 2000

The Voting Rights Act And The "New And Improved" Intent Test: Old Wine In New Bottles, Randolph M. Mclaughlin

Pace Law Faculty Publications

Since the Supreme Court injected the issue of intent into the voting rights arena in Mobile v. Bolden,1 there has been a long and persistent struggle to reverse that decision. In 1982, Congress thought it had put the question of the quantum and quality of proof required to establish a violation of section 2 of the Voting Rights Act to rest when Congress amended that section. However, the courts quickly began a rear guard action to undermine congressional efforts to eliminate the intent requirement as an element of a plaintiff's claim. Both the Supreme Court and the circuit ...