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Last Updated: Feb 3, 2014 URL: Print Guide

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Print Resources

Race and Races : Cases and Resources for a Diverse America - Juan F. Perea ... [et al.]
Call Number: KF4755.A7 R33 2007
Law Library Reserve - Circulation Desk

Race Law: Cases, Commentary, and Questions - F. Michael Higginbotham
Call Number: KF4755.A7 H54 2001
Law Library Book - Second Floor

Constitutional Civil Rights in a Nutshell - Norman Vieira
Call Number: KF4750 .V5 1998
Law Library Reserve - Circulation Desk

The Least of These: Race, Law, and Religion in American Culture - Anthony E. Cook
Call Number: BR115.P7 C646 1997
Law Library - Third Floor



Michigan Journal of Race and Law
Also available on Westlaw and Lexis

Race & Class
Also available in Westlaw

Rutgers Race and the Law Review
Also available in Westlaw and Lexis

Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal
Also available in Westlaw and Lexis

University of Maryland Law Journal on Race, Religion, Gender, and Class
Available on Westlaw, Lexis, and Hein Online (Known as Margins from 2001-2004)


  • Affirmative Action and Diversity Project
    Page presented by the University of California, Santa Barbara, with legal and administrative documents, newspapers and journal articles, analyses, etc.
  • Americans Against Discrimination and Preferences
    AADP offers up-to-date news on affirmative action, immigration, race and related topics.
  • Chronology on the History of Slavery
    Timeline of slavery and some of the history of racism from 1619 to present.
  • The Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy
    The Claremont Institute was founded in 1979 and works in all fifty states, with a special emphasis on California. This page contains Claremont Institute projects, writings and news.
  • Race and Racism in American Law
    This site, created by Professor Vernellia Randall of the University of Dayton Law School, is designed to follow the organizational arrangement of Derrick Bell's Race and Racism in American Law (1993). It provides links to statutes, cases, excerpts of law review articles, bibliographies and other publications that deal with the intersection of racial issues and the law.
  • Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection
    A collection of anti-slavery materials donated in 1870 to Cornell University by the American abolitionist, Reverend Samuel J. May. Materials date from the 18th & 19th centuries and cover slavery in the U.S. and West Indies and the slave trade. Pamphlets have been digitized and are searchable by keyword.

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