The administrative hearing process is a fundamentally unfair system to low-income communities who receive public assistance benefits.
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.
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.
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
Other Issues in this Volume
- Dr. King and Parents Involved: The Battle for Hearts and Minds
- Surveillance and Identity Performance: Some Thoughts Inspired by Martin Luther King
- Radical King: Perspectives of One Born in the Shadow of a King
- Civil Rights, Immigrants' Rights, Human Rights: Lessons from the Life and Works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.