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The Hangman's Noose And The Lynch Mob: Hate Speech And The Jena Six, Jeannine Bell Jan 2009

The Hangman's Noose And The Lynch Mob: Hate Speech And The Jena Six, Jeannine Bell

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Taking the hangman's noose hanging in Jena, Louisiana in 2006 as a starting point, this Article begins by placing the hanging of a noose in historical context. The Article then proceeds to explore contemporary manifestations of noose hanging in the workplace, in schools and other settings. The Article examines noose hangings that occurred around the country since the display in Jena to explore the social meaning of a noose. Also examined are media constructions of noose hanging and the perception that some Blacks targeted by noose hanging have had of these incidents. The article concludes with a victim based reasonable …


The Upbringing Of A Creature: The Scope Of A Parent's Right To Teach Children To Hate, Brooke Emery Jan 2008

The Upbringing Of A Creature: The Scope Of A Parent's Right To Teach Children To Hate, Brooke Emery

The Modern American

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Foreword: Racist Speech On Campus, Kingsley R. Browne Jan 1991

Foreword: Racist Speech On Campus, Kingsley R. Browne

Law Faculty Research Publications

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