Moral Judgments, Expressive Functions, And Bias In Immigration Law, 2015 University of Southern California
Moral Judgments, Expressive Functions, And Bias In Immigration Law, Emily Ryo
In a lucid and trenchant style characteristic of Professor Hiroshi Motomura’s writing, Immigration Outside the Law offers rich descriptive and prescriptive analyses of three major themes underlying debates about unauthorized migration: the meaning of unlawful presence, state and local involvement in the regulation of unauthorized migration, and the integration of unauthorized migrants into American society. This review advances several ideas that I argue are important to understanding these key themes. In brief, I suggest that a more comprehensive understanding of public debates about unauthorized migration requires examining lay moral judgments about unlawful presence, the expressive functions of immigration law ...
Accusatory And Exculpatory Moves In The Hunting For “Racists” Language Game, 2015 Carnegie Mellon University
Accusatory And Exculpatory Moves In The Hunting For “Racists” Language Game, Adam Hodges
Video Abstract: Accusatory And Exculpatory Moves In The Hunting For “Racists” Language Game, 2015 Carnegie Mellon University
Video Abstract: Accusatory And Exculpatory Moves In The Hunting For “Racists” Language Game, Adam Hodges
La Production Sociale D'Un Savoir Sur La Criminalité Des Étrangers / The Social Production Of Knowledge On Criminality Of Ethnic Minorities, 2015 Université d'Aix-Marseille III
La Production Sociale D'Un Savoir Sur La Criminalité Des Étrangers / The Social Production Of Knowledge On Criminality Of Ethnic Minorities, Julien Larregue
No abstract provided.
Detained: A Study Of Immigration Bond Hearings, 2015 University of Southern California
Detained: A Study Of Immigration Bond Hearings, Emily Ryo
On Normative Effects Of Immigration Law, 2015 University of Southern California
On Normative Effects Of Immigration Law, Emily Ryo
The Santa Cruz Autonomía Movement In Bolivia: A Case Of Non-Indigenous Ethnic Popular Mobilization?, 2015 University of Mississippi
The Santa Cruz Autonomía Movement In Bolivia: A Case Of Non-Indigenous Ethnic Popular Mobilization?, Miguel Centellas
The Role Of ‘Passing’ By Skilled Immigrants And Its Impact On Their Employment Outcomes And Wellbeing, 2015 University of Wollongong
The Role Of ‘Passing’ By Skilled Immigrants And Its Impact On Their Employment Outcomes And Wellbeing, Mario Fernando, Shamika Almeida, Melanie Randle, Shyamali Dharmage, Susan Cartwright
How The Black Lives Matter Movement Can Improve The Justice System, 2015 University of Pennsylvania Law School
How The Black Lives Matter Movement Can Improve The Justice System, Paul H. Robinson
This op-ed piece argues that because the criminal justice system's loss of moral credibility contributes to increased criminality and because blacks are disproportionately the victims of crimes, especially violent crimes, the most valuable contribution that the Black Lives Matter movement can make is not to tear down the system’s reputation but rather to propose and support reforms that will build it up, thereby improving its crime-control effectiveness and reducing black victimization.
The Next Los Angeles: The Struggle For A Livable City, 2015 Occidental College
The Next Los Angeles: The Struggle For A Livable City, Regina Freer, Robert Gottlieb, Mark Vallianatos, Peter Dreier
While most historians, journalists, and filmmakers have focused on Los Angeles as a bastion of corporate greed, business boosterism, political corruption, cheap labor, exploited immigrants, and unregulated sprawl, The Next Los Angeles tells a different story: that of the reformers and radicals who have struggled for alternative visions of social and economic justice. In a new preface, the authors reflect on the gathering momentum of L.A.'s progressive movement, including the 2005 landslide victory of Antonio Villaraigosa as mayor.
African-Americans And The Administration Of Justice, 2015 University of Massachusetts Boston
African-Americans And The Administration Of Justice, E. Yvonne Moss, Roy Austin, Nolan Jones, Barry Krisberg, Hubert Locke, Michael Radelet, Susan Welch
Barry A Krisberg
The status of African Americans in relationship to the administration of justice has improved since the 1940s. Significantly, however, researchers continue to find racial discrimination and racial disadvantage operating in various aspects of the criminal justice process in numerous jurisdictions. Such findings are unacceptable in a society that claims to honor equal justice under law.
This article is reprinted from Summary, Volume 1 of the Assessment of the Status of African-Americans series, published in 1990 by the William Monroe Trotter Institute, University of Massachusetts at Boston, and edited by Wornie L. Reed. Materials included in the article were adapted from ...
Impact Report 2015: University Of Dayton Human Rights Center, 2015 University of Dayton
Impact Report 2015: University Of Dayton Human Rights Center, Mark Ensalaco
It is time for new thinking about human rights advocacy. This is the challenge for the global human rights research and advocacy community.
The University of Dayton Human Rights Center creates positive change through research, education and dialogue. As a leader in the global human rights community, we search for transformative solutions to systemic patterns of injustice that will bring about real change in the lives of poor people. We are committed to addressing the gap between theory and practice, between scholars and practitioners. Advocates need information to be able to develop evidence-based strategies that bring about real change. We ...
2013 Conference Report: The Social Practice Of Human Rights, 2015 University of Dayton
2013 Conference Report: The Social Practice Of Human Rights, Mark Ensalaco
Universities have new importance in the global human rights movement. This was the resounding message the University of Dayton heard at its global conference on human rights advocacy in October 2013. The human rights movement is experiencing dramatic changes. Dynamic new NGOs in the global South are resetting the human rights agenda. Popular movements inspired by human rights ideals are arising around the world to demand justice. New information technologies are creating the possibility of real global solidarity. The movement must adapt. Human rights organizations must imagine new strategies to address poverty and other root causes of human rights violations ...
Fearless Friday: Chentese Stewart-Gartner, 2015 Gettysburg College
Fearless Friday: Chentese Stewart-Gartner, Christina L. Bassler
This week, SURGE is proud to showcase the wonderful work of Chentese Stewart-Garner!
Chentese is a sociology major with a minor in education. She’s a sophomore and originally hails from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Currently, Chentese is the program coordinator for the Black Student Union, serves as the public relations liaison for the African Student Association, is a Diversity Peer Educator on campus, and works hard as a Career Outreach Assistant for the Center for Career Development. [excerpt]
Rodney Papers At Auc Robert W. Woodruf Library, 2015 Kennesaw State University
Rodney Papers At Auc Robert W. Woodruf Library
No abstract provided.
Contact And Board Information, 2015 Kennesaw State University
Contact And Board Information
Updates from The Walter Rodney Foundation.
What "Context" Can Justify Walter Rodney's Assassination?, 2015 Caribbean Daylight
What "Context" Can Justify Walter Rodney's Assassination?, Rohit Kanhai
Like water crashing over the seawalls, there has been a rush of explanations, based on “context” to justify the shifting political sands, as it swirls with the waves. The “sands of time” seems to have shifted the “line in the sand” so much so, that all commonsense seems to have deserted the land of Guyana. In the midst of this debate are Walter Rodney and the Working People’s Alliance (WPA). The debaters are WPA members and supporters. The debate itself would make such identities questionable. There are hints of George Orwell’s Animal Farm and 1984 in terms of ...
Rodney's Legacy Matters, Beyond Guyana, 2015 Justice for Walter Rodney Committee
Rodney's Legacy Matters, Beyond Guyana, Anne Braithwaite
Guyana’s President Granger has refused a mere two more weeks for the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry (WRCOI) to unearth the truth — after 34 years of evasion. The Commission of Inquiry (WRCOI) to unearth the truth — after 34 years of evasion. The commissioners have been ordered by the Granger government to submit a report by 30 November 2015.
Walter Rodney Commission Of Inquiry Was About Justice Delayed, 2015 Indiana Univeristy East
Walter Rodney Commission Of Inquiry Was About Justice Delayed, Wazir Mohamed
The Justice for Walter Rodney Committee has been following with interest the statements of the current government of Guyana through its spokespersons, Ministers Basil Williams (Attorney General) and Raphael Trotman (Governance Minister). From the statements attributed to these officials, their comments demonstrate that they are on a campaign to disparage, denigrate, and thus create the impression that the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry did not accomplish anything of substance. It is not clear why this would be in the interest of the government of Guyana.
Student Protest At Atlanta Cnn Center: A Photo-Narrative, 2015 www.candidinatlanta.com
Student Protest At Atlanta Cnn Center: A Photo-Narrative, Julian Plowden
Photojournalist Julian Plowden chronicles the protests in downtown Atlanta at the CNN Center in the summer of 2014.