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Bias and Stereotypes
- “Unconscious Racism” by David Kairysm, Temple Law Review (September 2011)
- “Skin Color Plays a Role in Craigslist Transactions, Study Says” by Amar Toor, Switched.com (June 3, 2010)
- “Unraveling the Gordian Knot of Implicit Bias in Jury Selection: The Problems of Judge-Dominated Voir Dire, the Failed Promise of Batson, and Proposed Solutions” by Judge Mark W. Bennett, Harvard Law & Policy Review (February 2010)
- “Sticks and Stones, the Words That Hurt: Entrenched Stereotypes Eight Years After 9/11” by Sahar F. Aziz, New York City Law Review (Winter 2009)
- “How I Learned to Treat My Bias” by Manoj Jain, The Washington Post (April 15, 2007)
- “Tests of trainee doctors find signs of race bias in care” by Stephen Smith, Boston Globe (July 20, 2007)
- “Race Gap: Crime vs. Punishment” by Jonathan D. Glater, The New York Times (October 7, 2007)
- “The Making and Unmaking of Whiteness” by Birgit Brander Rasmussen, Duke University Press (2001)
- “The Black Image in the White Mind: Media and Race in America” by Robert M. Entman, Andrew Rojecki, University of Chicago Press (2001)
- “The Id, the Ego, and Equal Protection: Reckoning with Unconscious Racism” by Charles R. Lawrence III, Stanford Law Review (January 1987)
The Courts and the Conservative Movement
- “The Powell Memo (also known as the Powell Manifesto)” by ReclaimDemocracy.org (2004)
- The Corporate Court by Alliance for Justice
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