Rutgers Law School - Newark
race and law, race and law scholarship, critical race theory, religion, Christianity, Black Christian tradition, African-American Christian tradition, Christian legal scholarship, intellectual history of race and law scholarship, Black church, black power movements, black power
covering, rights-to-difference, culture, rights to cultural difference, black power, Obama, identity theory, performativity
diversity, integration, diversity ideal of integration, assimilative ideal of integration, post-racialism, postracialism, colorblindness, assimilation, militant covering, critical race theory, Obama, racially transcendent divesity
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