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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.

Here is the most recent scholarship from MJR&L Volume 24:

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Disability & Race

“When They Enter, We All Enter”: Opening the Door to Intersectional Discrimination Claims Based on Race and Disability

Article by Alice Abrokwa

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Housing

Urban Decolonization

Article by Norrinda Brown Hayat

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Employment

Whiteness at Work

Article by Lihi Yona

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Prisoner Rights

From Pelican Bay to Palestine: The Legal Normalization of Force-Feeding Hunger-Strikers

Essay by Azadeh Shahshahani and Priya Arvind Patel

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Criminal Procedure

Do You See What I See? Problems with Juror Bias in Viewing Body-Camera Video Evidence

Note by Morgan Birck

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See the MJR&L Blog for the latest work by our student editors.

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