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Alan Jenkins, The Global Significance of 'Black Panther', Hollywood Rep. (Feb. 23, 2018, 10:03 AM).
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Disciplinary Perspectives & Law
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Discrimination & Civil Rights
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Race & Ethnicity
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Arts & Entertainment Law
Type: Other
Alan Jenkins, Juhu Thukral, Kevin Hsu, Nerissa Kunakemakorn & Megan Haberle, Promoting Opportunity through Impact Statements: A Tool for Policymakers to Assess Equity, 6 Advance, Fall 2012, at 61.
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Discrimination & Civil Rights
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Government & Politics
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Discrimination
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Race & Ethnicity
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Administrative Law & Agencies
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Government Accountability
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Government Transparency
Type: Article
Alan Jenkins & Sabrineh Ardalan, Positive Health: The Human Right to Health Care Under the New York State Constitution, 35 Fordham Urban L.J. 479 (2008).
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Discrimination & Civil Rights
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Health Care
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Government & Politics
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Immigration Law
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Race & Ethnicity
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State & Local Government
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Health Law & Policy
Type: Article
Abstract
This article argues that the New York State Constitution creates a legal right to equal access to quality health care for all New Yorkers, drawing on both the historical context and the legislative history of the State Constitution to support this interpretation. Next, the article outlines the dimensions of the right to health care required under the text and history of the State Constitution, as informed by parallel provisions of international and federal law, as well as social science research. The article then provides an overview of additional laws that guarantee equal access to quality health care, focusing on racial, linguistic, socioeconomic, and geographic equity. The article concludes that New York State has failed to live up to its obligations to protect and promote New Yorkers’ health and suggests a series of remedies that can help ensure that the State fulfills its obligations.