In this Symposium, we are charged to imagine what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. might think of the state of social justice in the twenty-first century. I have chosen to consider whether Dr. King would believe that justice was served in Parents Involved with regard to the constitutional right of children of color to equal educational opportunity.
Voting rights advocates should explore section 11(b) of the Voting Rights Act as a vehicle to combat voter intimidation.
Parents are legally recognized in three ways: through marriage, adoption, and biology. While gay partners may now legally marry throughout the United States, not all states have provided an equal opportunity for gay parents to obtain parental rights, whether through
As I started to look at mixed income housing, I realized that it was a strategy to manage the discrimination in the larger society.
This symposium celebrates the dramatic and important growth of parent representation in child protection cases. It recognizes the crucial role that parents’ attorneys play—both for their clients and for the accurate, fair, and constitutional operation of the child protection system.