25 T. M. Cooley L. Rev. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/tmclr25 and id is 1 raw text is: THOMAS M. COOLEY
LAW REVIEW
Volume 25               2008                Number I
SYMPOSIUM ISSUE
THE ROAD TO EQUALITY: Are We There Yet?
ARTICLES
A FAILURE TO ACT FROM BROWN V. BOARD OF
EDUCATION TO SHEFF V. O'NEILL: THE AMERICAN
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM WILL REMAIN SEGREGATED
Douglas Bryant, III ............................................................................ 1
DIFFERENTIAL    LA WS   FOR   AFRICAN   AMERICANS:
INEQUALITY FROM THE PAST CONTINUES TO THE PRESENT
Rudolph Alexander, Jr .................................................................. 27
PRESIDENT RONALD      REAGAN    AND   THE  AFRICAN-
AMERICAN COMMUNITY: HARMFUL STEREOTYPING AND
GAMES OF CHOICE INMARKET-ORIENTED POLICYREFORM
Otis B. Grant ................................................................................. 57
EQUALITY AS TALISMAN: GETTING BEYOND BIAS TO
CULTURAL COMPETENCE AS A PROFESSIONAL SKILL
Nelson P. Miller, Tracey Brame,
Dale Iverson, and Goldie Adele .................................................... 99
TRANSCRIPT
THE  HISTORY OF     GENDER, RACIAL, AND      ETHNIC
INITIATIVES IN MICHIGAN-WHERE WE HAVE BEEN,
WHERE WE HOPE TO GO, AND WHY IT IS IMPORTANT
Lorraine H. Weber .......................................................................... 139

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