Harvard Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice
BLJ was originally founded as an internal publication of the Black Law Students Association, and has grown into an independent annual journal committed to publishing manuscripts that address social and economic issues affecting African Americans and other minorities, as well as publishing innovative works by minority scholars and students. Our last volume, Volume 24, published pieces discussing, among other topics, public school desegregation, affirmative action in higher education, voting rights, race discrimination in hair salons, and the slavery-related origins of the American tax system. For just under a quarter of a century, the Journal has promoted a conscientious and honest dialogue on issues of race and class in the law through publishing articles by academics, practitioners, and students.
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