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Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., Classical Racialism, Justice Story, and Margaret Morgan's Journey from Freedom to Slavery: The Story of Prigg v. Pennsylvania, in Race Law Stories 59 (Rachel F. Moran & Devon Wayne Carbado eds., 2008).
Categories:
Discrimination & Civil Rights
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Disciplinary Perspectives & Law
Sub-Categories:
Civil Rights
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Race & Ethnicity
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Discrimination
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Law & Social Change
Type: Book
Paul C. Taylor, Stephanie Robinson, Eddie S. Glaude & Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., While Democracy Sleeps: A White Paper on Democratic Citizenship in the United States (Jamestown Project, Yale Univ., Sept. 2005).
Categories:
Government & Politics
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Disciplinary Perspectives & Law
Sub-Categories:
Law & Social Change
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Law & Political Theory
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Politics & Political Theory
Type: Other
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., Multiple Ironies: Brown at 50, 47 How. L.J. 29 (2003).
Categories:
Discrimination & Civil Rights
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Constitutional Law
Sub-Categories:
Discrimination
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Civil Rights
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Race & Ethnicity
Type: Article
Abstract
Brown v. Board of Education occupies a vaunted space in American jurisprudence. One commentator writes that Brown is the most celebrated case in the Court's history. Equally laudatory, another commentator remarks: "In the half century since the Supreme Court's decision, Brown has become a beloved legal and political icon." A third proclaims that, "Brown forever changed the role of the United States Supreme Court in American politics and society." To the lay public, Brown sits among a small pantheon of cases that is widely recognizable to the average American.' Miranda and Roe v. Wade likely are the only others with equal or greater name recognition. To many, Brown represents the high point of the Civil Rights movement in America. On this account, Brown symbolizes an aggressive and affirmative attack on the effects of white supremacy in a Jim Crow America and is the doctrinal and normative progenitor of affirmative action and similar state-sanctioned, race-based, remedial programs. To others, who hold Brown in equally high regard, it signifies a colorblind America where one is not judged by race or ethnicity, but by the content of one's character. Brown is considered an iconic case among various (often divergent) ideological viewpoints.
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., A Black Kagan Recruit Makes the Case for Confirmation, Harv. L. Today (Apr. 29, 2010).
Categories:
Government & Politics
Sub-Categories:
Judges & Jurisprudence
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Courts
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Supreme Court of the United States
Type: Other
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. & Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., Opinion, Rethinking the NAACP, Wash. Post, Mar. 21, 2007, at A15.
Categories:
Discrimination & Civil Rights
Sub-Categories:
Race & Ethnicity
Type: News
Ronald S. Sullivan & Heather MacDonald, Should Law Schools Abandon Clinics?, Legal Aff. Debate Club (Jan. 30, 2006).
Categories:
Legal Profession
Sub-Categories:
Legal Education
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Clinical Legal Education
Type: Other
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. & David J. Carroll, Perspectives of the National Legal Aid and Defender Association: An Overview of the Failure of State Governments to Effectively Execute Constitutionally Mandated Indigent Defense Services, in The State of Criminal Justice 2006 (A.B.A. 2006).
Categories:
Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
Type: Book
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., Letter to the Editor, When Eyewitnesses Err, Wash. Post., Apr. 21, 2003, at A22.
Categories:
Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
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Criminal Evidence
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Criminal Prosecution
Type: News
Judge Karen Freeman-Wilson, Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. & Susan P. Weinstein, Critical Issues for Defense Attorneys in Drug Court (Nat'l Drug Ct. Inst. 2003).
Categories:
Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Defense
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Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
Type: Other
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. & Jeffrey Berman, Emergency Room Triage: A Review of "Real Justice," FRONTLINE (2000).
Categories:
Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
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Criminal Defense
Type: Other
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. & Eddie S. Glaude, "Marchin' On": Towards a Politics for the Twenty-First Century, in Black Men on Race, Gender, and Sexuality: A Critical Reader (Devon Carbado ed., 1999).
Categories:
Discrimination & Civil Rights
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Disciplinary Perspectives & Law
Sub-Categories:
Gender & Sexuality
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Discrimination
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Civil Rights
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Race & Ethnicity
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Law & Social Change
Type: Book
Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., Note, A License to Search: The Plain Feel Exception under Minnesota v. Dickerson, 113 S.Ct. 2130 (1993), 11 Harv. BlackLetter L.J. 181 (1994).
Categories:
Constitutional Law
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Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Fourth Amendment
Type: Article