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Law and Politics

Stereotypes, Representation, and Real Talk: Black Law Students Speak Out

In this episode, Aisha Bah ’25 J.D., Joshua Mannery ’24 J.D., and Ayanna Murphy ’25 J.D., from the Notre Dame Black Law Students Association, join Max for a lively...

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Law and Politics

Just Action: How to Challenge Segregation Enacted Under the Color of Law

In his best-selling book, The Color of Law, Richard Rothstein demolished the de facto segregation myth that Black and White Americans live separately by choice, providing the most...

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Law and Politics

Stop Making the Business Case for Diversity

In recent years, the business case for diversity has emerged as the go-to argument for why organizations should prioritize diversity in their recruiting efforts. Though most...

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Law and Politics

Protecting Law Clerks from Harassment

Judicial clerkships are typically characterized as an unadulterated good—lifelong mentor-mentee relationships between judges and law clerks that confer professional benefits....

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Art and History

Faculty Bookshelf: brought to you by the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts

Want to inspire your mind and spark conversations? From Soldiers of God in a Secular War, Black Gold and Blackmail: Oil and Great Power Politics and Italian Neorealism: A Cultural...

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Health and Society

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary Podcast: Racial Wealth Gap

The opposite of racist isn’t ‘not racist.’ It is ‘antiracist.’ What’s the difference? One endorses either the idea of a racial hierarchy as a racist, or racial...

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Law and Politics

The Danger of Racial Colorblindess

Have you ever heard the phrase “I don’t see color,” when talking about race or ethnicity? Color blindness is the idea that ignoring or overlooking racial and ethnic...

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Law and Politics

Perspectives of Black Men in Law School, Part 2

Black men make up less than 5% of lawyers in the United States. Though drastically underrepresented in the legal profession, Black men are overrepresented in the number of...

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Law and Politics

Perspectives of Black Men in Law School, Part 1

Black men make up less than 5% of lawyers in the United States. Though drastically underrepresented in the legal profession, Black men are overrepresented in the number of...

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Career Development

Alumni Career Panel: Women in Sports Tech, Youth Sports, and Sports Media

Join a panel of industry leaders and Notre Dame alumnae to learn about the work they do in the sports tech, youth sports, and sports communication worlds, how they got there, and...

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Law and Politics

Breaking the Unconscious Bias Habit

According to research, bias is a habit that begins to take shape at an early age. As we form our own social identities surrounding things like ethnicity, race, sexual orientation,...

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Business

Accountability in a Sustainable World Quarterly

Accountability in a Sustainable World was conceived during the planning stages of the 2020 CARE Conference, Accounting for Sustainability and Responsible Investing.

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