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Developments In Animal Law: An Evolving Area In Virginia Law, Ryan Murphy Nov 2015

Developments In Animal Law: An Evolving Area In Virginia Law, Ryan Murphy

University of Richmond Law Review

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Dividing Stereotyping And Religion: The Legal Implications Of The Ambiguous References To Voodoo In U.S. Court Proceedings., Danielle N. Boaz Dec 2011

Dividing Stereotyping And Religion: The Legal Implications Of The Ambiguous References To Voodoo In U.S. Court Proceedings., Danielle N. Boaz

The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice

In human rights law, freedom of religion generally possesses three main components: the right to freedom of thought and conscience, freedom to manifest religion or beliefs, and freedom to profess, disseminate, or share religion or beliefs. The latter two are typically subject to restrictions such as public safety, health, morals, and the rights and freedoms of others. They are also the two most often litigated components. For centuries, colonizers deprived practitioners of their freedom of religion in the Americas – specifically African-based traditions, such as Voodoo. Stereotypes about Voodoo, which stem from early colonizer observance and belief that Haitians were …


Cannibalism And The Common Law: The Story Of The Tragic Last Voyage Of The Mignonette And The Strange Legal Proceedings To Which It Gave Rise, Michigan Law Review Feb 1985

Cannibalism And The Common Law: The Story Of The Tragic Last Voyage Of The Mignonette And The Strange Legal Proceedings To Which It Gave Rise, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Cannibalism and the Common Law: The Story of the Tragic Last Voyage of the Mignonette and the Strange Legal Proceedings to Which it Gave Rise by A.W. Brian Simpson