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Parents Involved And The Struggle For Historical Memory­, Mark Tushnet Jan 2016

Parents Involved And The Struggle For Historical Memory­, Mark Tushnet

Indiana Law Journal

In his Jerome Hall Lecture, Professor Tushnet addresses the legacy of Brown v. Board of Education in the more recent case of Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School Dist. No. 1 (PICS), which struck down the voluntary school integration programs used in Seattle and Louisville. As Chief Justice Roberts wrote, an important “debate” in the PICS case was over “which side is more faithful to the heritage” of Brown v. Board of Education. That debate is part of what historians have called the struggle for historical memory. The politics of memory in PICS is not simply a struggle …


The Gender Gap: Separating The Sexes In Public Education, Sharon K. Mollman Jan 1992

The Gender Gap: Separating The Sexes In Public Education, Sharon K. Mollman

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Bakke, Weber And Fullilove: Benign Discrimination And Congressional Power To Enforce The Fourteenth Amendment, Robert A. Bohrer Apr 1981

Bakke, Weber And Fullilove: Benign Discrimination And Congressional Power To Enforce The Fourteenth Amendment, Robert A. Bohrer

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Disaster By Decree: The Supreme Court Decisions On Race And The Schools, By Lino A. Graglia, Robert M. O'Neil Oct 1977

Disaster By Decree: The Supreme Court Decisions On Race And The Schools, By Lino A. Graglia, Robert M. O'Neil

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Runyon V. Mccrary And Regulation Of Private Schools, Mary-Michelle Upson Hirschoff Jul 1977

Runyon V. Mccrary And Regulation Of Private Schools, Mary-Michelle Upson Hirschoff

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Administrative Cutoff Of Federal Funding Under Title Vi: A Proposed Interpretation Of "Program", Myrna E. Friedman Jan 1977

Administrative Cutoff Of Federal Funding Under Title Vi: A Proposed Interpretation Of "Program", Myrna E. Friedman

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Admissibility Of Social Science Evidence In Person-Oriented Legal Adjudication, Ira P. Robbins Apr 1975

The Admissibility Of Social Science Evidence In Person-Oriented Legal Adjudication, Ira P. Robbins

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Between Law And Justice: Professor Bittker's Case For Black Reparations, Henry J. Richardson Iii Apr 1975

Between Law And Justice: Professor Bittker's Case For Black Reparations, Henry J. Richardson Iii

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Judicial Reasoning And Social Change, David Dittfurth Jan 1975

Judicial Reasoning And Social Change, David Dittfurth

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


De Facto School Segregation And The "State Action" Requirement: A Suggested New Approach, Dennis Powers Jan 1973

De Facto School Segregation And The "State Action" Requirement: A Suggested New Approach, Dennis Powers

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Pilgrimage: Reflections On A Career In Administrative Law, Louis L. Jaffee Jan 1970

A Pilgrimage: Reflections On A Career In Administrative Law, Louis L. Jaffee

Indiana Law Journal

Adapted from a speech delivered at the annual banquet of the INDIANA LAW JOURNAL, April 25, 1969.


Desegregation And The Law, By Albert P. Blaunstein And Clarence Clyde Ferguson, Jr., John Honnold Jul 1958

Desegregation And The Law, By Albert P. Blaunstein And Clarence Clyde Ferguson, Jr., John Honnold

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.