The last few years have led the United States to a national recognition of race and racism that has not been seen in this country for nearly 50 years. Law schools, as part of higher educational institutions around the country, are recognizing not only their potential contribution to the racist society in which we live, but, importantly, the role they can play in addressing and overcoming such racism and its effects. The Color of Law, A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America provides an important framework for understanding and action to become problem-solvers and teach problem-solving.



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