What are the overarching stories of race that we have produced over time and what is the significance for law and jurisprudence of these stories? Can we tell what story or stories are framing judicial opinions, legislation, aspirations for racial progress, and so on? This course will explore those questions through the study of landmark cases and other relevant legal and historical texts.
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