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2017, ISBN 1503602265, x, 279 pages
.... Courts have routinely upheld the constitutionality of privacy invasions on the poor, and legal scholars typically understand marginalized populations to have "weak versions" of the privacy rights everyone else enjoys. Khiara M... 
Civil rights | Moral and ethical aspects | Poverty | Low-income mothers | Privacy, Right of | Legal status, laws, etc
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Boston University law review, ISSN 0006-8047, 01/2016, Volume 96, Issue 1, pp. 55 - 108
This Article conducts a critique of class-based affirmative action, identifying and problematizing the narrative that it tells about racial progress. The... 
Government & Law | Social Sciences | Law | Affirmative action | Racism | Analysis | Admissions policies | Low income groups | College admissions | Classification | Race | Jurisprudence | Society | Supreme Court decisions | Inequality
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The Hastings law journal, ISSN 0017-8322, 09/2012, Volume 63, Issue 6, pp. 1619 - 1626
This Article puts poor, pregnant women's current experience with the state into conversation with the science of prenatal and early childhood brain development... 
Government & Law | Social Sciences | Law | Fetus | Autonomy | Pregnant women | Laws, regulations and rules | Growth | Health aspects
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Harvard law review, ISSN 0017-811X, 01/2020, Volume 133, Issue 3, pp. 770 - 851
Common formulations of the concept of white privilege propose that white privilege guarantees white people positive results. So, when bad things happen to... 
Government & Law | Social Sciences | Law | White privilege | Demographic aspects | Laws, regulations and rules | Pregnant women | Child welfare | Influence | Research | Drug abuse in pregnancy | Social aspects | Criminal procedure
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Harvard law review, ISSN 0017-811X, 01/2020, Volume 133, Issue 3, p. 771
Common formulations of the concept of white privilege propose that white privilege guarantees white people positive results. So, when bad things happen to... 
Admissions policies | Epidemics | Candidates | Criminalization | Delivery systems | Child welfare | Coexistence | Demographics | Opioids | Race | Suicides & suicide attempts | Crack cocaine | Arrests | Drug use | State power | Narcotics | Methamphetamine | Whites | Substance abuse | Pregnancy | Pregnant women | Black women | Amphetamines | Cocaine | Social privilege | Overdoses | Power | Crack
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New York University law review (1950), ISSN 0028-7881, 11/2020, Volume 95, Issue 5, p. 1229
Racial disparities in maternal mortality have recently become a popular topic, with a host of media outlets devoting time and space to covering the appalling... 
Pregnancy | Women | Racial differences | Maternal & child health | Mortality | Federal legislation | Childbirth & labor
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Virginia law review, ISSN 0042-6601, 04/2019, Volume 105, Issue 2, pp. 449 - 482
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Harvard civil rights-civil liberties law review, ISSN 0017-8039, 12/2018, Volume 53, Issue 1, pp. 65 - 130
The aim of this article is to begin to theorize the fraught space within which class-privileged racial minorities exist the disadvantage within their... 
Government & Law | Social Sciences | Law | Race discrimination | Minorities | Laws, regulations and rules | Economic aspects | Influence | Models | Social aspects | Social economics | Political aspects | Socially handicapped | Portrayals
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Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, ISSN 0097-9740, 03/2017, Volume 42, Issue 3, pp. 785 - 787
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Emory law journal, ISSN 0094-4076, 07/2017, Volume 66, Issue 5, p. 1049
This Article is a critique of class-based affirmative action. It begins by observing that many professed politically conservative individuals have championed... 
Affirmative action | Demographic aspects | Poor | Laws, regulations and rules | Admissions policies | Conservatism | Minority & ethnic groups | Race | Wealth
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Washington law review, ISSN 0043-0617, 2014, Volume 89, Issue 4, pp. 1125 - 1153
Scholars and activists interested in racial justice have long been opposed to surrogacy arrangements, wherein a couple commissions a woman to become pregnant,... 
Government & Law | Social Sciences | Law | Evaluation | Race discrimination | Laws, regulations and rules | Surrogate motherhood | Same-sex marriage | Pregnancy | Surrogate mothers | Same sex marriage | Supreme Court decisions | Race relations
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Fordham law review, ISSN 0015-704X, 10/2013, Volume 82, Issue 1, pp. 21 - 80
The idea of biological race a conception of race that postulates that racial groups are distinct, genetically homogenous units has experienced a dramatic... 
Government & Law | Social Sciences | Law | Native Americans | Race discrimination | Laws, regulations and rules | Human genetics
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American journal of law & medicine, ISSN 0098-8588, 5/2017, Volume 43, Issue 2-3, pp. 179 - 182
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