Brown is Dead? Long Live Brown!
This symposium issue examines the legacy of Brown v. Board of Education on the occasion of the decision’s 50th anniversary, including articles by Gary Orfield, Derrick A. Bell, Jr., Dennis Parker, Denise Morgan, and others.
- Introduction: Brown is Dead? Long Live Brown!, Denise C. Morgan
II. Keynote Addresses
- Why Segregation is Inherently Unequal: The Abandonment of Brown and the Continuing Failure of Plessy, Gary Orfield
- The Unintended Lessons in Brown v. Board of Education, Derrick A. Bell, Jr.
III. Brown is Dead?
- Are Reports of Brown‘s Demise Exaggerated? Perspectives of a School Desegregation Litigator, Dennis D. Parker
- Is Brown Dying? Exploring the Resegregation Trend in Our Public Schools, Danielle R. Holley
IV. Long Live Brown!
- Environmental Justice and the Integration Ideal, Rachel D. Godsil
- Brown v. Board of Education, Immigrants, and the Meaning of Equality, Hiroshi Motomura
- Perspectives on Brown: The South African Experience, Penelope E. Andrews
- Judicial Notice: How Judicial Bias Impacts the Unequal Application of Equal Protection Principles in Affirmative Action Cases, Victor Suthammanont
VI. Case Comments