Everyday Indignities: Race, Retaliation, and the Promise of Title VII
Fordham University School of Law
Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 34, Summer 2003
The racial gap . . . can only be closed by recognizing it, and by recognizing why it exists. That will not come to pass as long as we insist on dividing people into different camps and then swearing that differences don't count or that repeated blows to the soul shouldn't be taken seriously. For the truth is that the often hurtful and seemingly trivial encounters of daily existence are in the end what most of life is.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 45Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: August 26, 2003
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