Jurisprudence of Racial Discrimination

25 Mar , 2024

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This program describes how the law has been effective and ineffective in resolving the issues of racial discrimination. It will consider the efforts related to civil rights laws, education, zoning redlining, voting, jury trials, law enforcement, and the right of dignity. Which of these subjects provide examples of success and failure?

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