A moral duty and legal obligation should exist for individuals or corporations who have reached a certain level income and economic privilege.
- Combating the Color-Coded Confinement of Kids: An Equal Protection Remedy
- Lifting Burdens, Proof, Social Justice, and Public Assistance Administrative Hearings
- As Every Schoolboy Knows: Gender, Land, and Native Title in the United States
- Justice System and Domestic Violence: Engaging the Case but Divorcing the Victim, The
- Civil Rights, Immigrants' Rights, Human Rights: Lessons from the Life and Works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Surveillance and Identity Performance: Some Thoughts Inspired by Martin Luther King
- Dr. King and Parents Involved: The Battle for Hearts and Minds
- Radical King: Perspectives of One Born in the Shadow of a King
In Depth Reading
Volume 32 Issue 1
The effect and social costs of deportation on families of lawful permanent residents with criminal convictions.
"Personal laws" in Asia are discriminatory against minority group interests, and particularly exacerbate inequalities experienced by women.
Volume 32 Issue 2
This article provides a close reading of two Supreme Court cases that continue to shape and ground the nature of sovereign relations between the United States and Native American peoples
Victims of domestic violence should be able to participate in how domestic violence litigation is resolved in order to promote effective interventionist strategies to reduce victim re-abuse and lethality.
The administrative hearing process is a fundamentally unfair system to low-income communities who receive public assistance benefits.
Youth of color are disproportionately detained by the juvenile justice system, and an equal protection challenge to this reality would be an effective way to address this institutional discrimination.
Volume 32 Issue 3
Prosecuting women who carry pregnancies to term despite their drug addictions fails to further the states' goal of protecting fetal health, violates the Equal Protection rights of pregnant women, and is bad public policy.
Termination of parental rights for prenatal drug use violates women's Fourteenth Amendment procedural and substantive due process rights.
Pregnant women should be free to choose their method of childbirth, and should not be forced to choose a particular method of delivering their child.
Volume 32 Issue 4
Hypothesis of what Dr. King would think of Parents Involved and its impact on sustaining racial diversity in public education.
Analyzing the civil rights movement and Dr. King's teachings offer insight into how to understand the contemporary strugglre for the rights of immigrants.
Examination of Dr. King's radical and revoluationary teachings, and society's distillation of Dr. King's legacy into a more palatable and idealized persona for mainstream America
Study of the FBI's Surveillance of Dr. King and Theory of Performativity