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Foreword: A New Journal Of Color In A "Colorblind" World, Frank Rudy Cooper, Jerome Mccristal Culp Jr, Lovita Tandy Jan 1995

Foreword: A New Journal Of Color In A "Colorblind" World, Frank Rudy Cooper, Jerome Mccristal Culp Jr, Lovita Tandy

Scholarly Works

In this foreword for the inaugural issue of the African-American Law & Policy Report (ALPR), Professor Frank Rudy Cooper and his colleagues present articles, which contribute to the debate that this premier issue presents: an important discussion about race that majoritarian concerns impede. The majoritarian story basically states that race is not important or race can only be examined in a "colorblind" way or that race can only be considered if we do not upset the existing power arrangements that keep African Americans and other racial groups in their place. This journal is important to ventilate those concerns because the voices ...


What Does Bakke Require Of Law Schools? The Salt Board Of Governors Statement, Howard Lesnick Jan 1979

What Does Bakke Require Of Law Schools? The Salt Board Of Governors Statement, Howard Lesnick

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In 1979, Professor Lesnick wrote a statement for the Board of Governors of the Society of American Law Teachers after the Supreme Court's decision in University of California v. Bakke, 438 U.S. 265 (1978). The question addressed in the statement is: What changes (if any) in minority-admissions programs are university law schools now obligated to make to comply with the Supreme Court's decision in Bakke?