Laying Down the Law: Post-Racialism and the De-Racination Project
Albany Law School
December 1, 2009
Albany Law Review, Vol. 72, No. 1047, 2009
Albany Law School Research Paper No. 34
This essay explores the structural inadequacy of law to deliver a post-white society. De-racination of our law has instead led to a re-entrenchment of whiteness and material white privilege in the name of post-racialism. The racial-industrial complex is both masked and benefited by the discourse of post-racialism.
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Keywords: white privilege, post-racialism, whiteness, critical racial theory, de-racination
Date posted: March 23, 2010 ; Last revised: March 27, 2010
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