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VOLUME 15, NUMBER 1 (2004) -- Symposium Issue
REKINDLING THE SPIRIT OF BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION: A CALL TO ACTION
 

Introduction

REKINDLING THE SPIRIT OF BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION:
A CALL TO ACTION

Foreward

Collaboration: The True Spirit of Brown v. Board of Education
by Mary Louise Frampton

Articles

Escaping the Circle by Confronting Classroom Stereotyping: A Step toward Equality in the Daily Educational Experience of Children of Color
by Josie Foehrenbach Brown

"Schools that Shock Conscience": Williams v. California and the Struggle for Education on Equal Terms Fifty Years after Brown
by Jeannie Oakes & Martin Lipton

The Continued Nexus between School and Residential Segregation
by Paul M. Ong & Jordan Rickles

Commentaries

Mendez and the Legacy of Brown: A Latino Civil Rights Lawyers' Assessment
by Thomas A. Saenz

The Promise of School Choice for Improving the Education of Low-Income Minority Children
by Stephen D. Sugarman

Symposium Proceedings

Luck Was Not a Factor: The Importance of a Strategic Approach to Civil Rights Litigation
by Elaine Jones

Reflections: Toward a Social and Cultural History of Brown
by Waldo E. Martin, Jr.

Resegregation and Achievement Gap: Challenges to San Francisco School Desegregation
by Henry Der

Litigators and Communities Working Together: Grutter v. Bollinger and the New Civil Rights Movement
by Miranda Massie

Fifty Years after Brown v. Board: Five Principles for Moving Ahead
by Gary Blasi

 
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