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The Michigan Journal of Race & Law is a legal journal that serves as a forum for the exploration of issues relating to race and law. To that end, MJR&L publishes articles, notes, and essays on the cutting edge of civil rights scholarship from a wide variety of scholarly perspectives. MJR&L’s diversity is reflected by the authors with whom we collaborate, ranging from scholars and students to practitioners and social scientists. Read more about our history

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The Michigan Journal of Race & Law is excited to announce our Volume 27 Symposium, which took place from March 28, – April 1, 2022. Movement Lawyering Symposium

Scholarship from Volume 27.1

Historical Reckoning and the Law

Law in the Shadows of Confederate Monuments

Article by Deborah R. Gerhardt

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Indigenous Genocide:

The Enemy is the Knife: Native Americans, Medical Genocide, and the Prohibition of Nonconsensual Sterilizations

Article by Sophia Shepherd

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Reflections on 9/11

Origin Stories: Critical Race Theory Encounters the War on Terror

Essay by Natsu Taylor Saito

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Reflections on 9/11

State Sponsored Radicalization

Essay by Sahar F. Aziz

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Reflections on 9/11

Material Support Prosecutions and their Inherent Selectivity

Essay by Wadie E. Said

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Reflections on 9/11

American Informant

Essay by Ramzi Kassem

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Reflections on 9/11

The Ban and its Enduring Bandwidth

Essay by Khaled Ali Beydoun

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Reflections on 9/11

The Ban and its Enduring Bandwidth

Essay by Maryam Jamshidi

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Reflections on 9/11

A Religious Double Standard: Post-9/11 Challenges to Muslims’ Religious Land Usage

Essay by Asma T. Uddin

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Reflections on 9/11

9/11 Impacts on Muslims in Prison

Essay by SpearIt

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