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Descended from Whom? Affirmative Action and Definitions of Blackness
Unformatted Document Text:  Descended from whom? 35 35 Works Cited Academic blacklisting. (1995, February 10). Boston Globe, p.A20. Alexander, E. (1995). “Can you be BLACK and look at this?”: Reading the Rodney Kingvideo(s). In the Black Public Sphere Collective, (Eds.), The Black public sphere, pp.81-98. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Baynes, L.M. (1997). Who is black enough for you? An analysis of NorthwesternUniversity Law School’s struggle over minority faculty hiring. Michigan Journal of Raceand Law, 2 (2), 205-233. Bennett, R.W. (1995, February 2). Letters to the Editor: We did not recognize ourselvesas depicted. Wall Street Journal, p.A19. Brouwer, D. & Squires C. (2003). Public intellectuals, public life, and the university.Argumentation and Advocacy, 39: 201-213. Byrne, D. (1994, December 13). McCarthy’s evil spirit haunts NU. Chicago Sun-Times,p.27. Daniel, G. R. (2003). Multiracial identity in global perspective: the United States, Brazil,and South Africa. In L.I. Winters & H. DeBoise, (Eds.), New faces in a changingAmerica: Multiracial identity in the 21 st century pp. 247-286. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Greenburg, J.C., Crawford, B. & O’Brien, J. (1994, December 13). Race issue sparkshiring controversy at NU Law School. Chicago Tribune, p.3. Hanchard, M (1995). “Black Cinderella?”: Race and the public sphere in Brazil. In theBlack Public Sphere Collective, (Eds.), The Black public sphere, pp.169-189. Chicago:University of Chicago Press. Herring, C., Keith, V.M., & Horton, H.D. (2004). Skin/deep: How race and complexionmatter in the “color-blind” era. Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Kirkpatrick, M. (1995, January 11). Rule of law: Not black enough for this law school.Wall Street Journal, p.A15. Leland, J. & Samuels, A. (1997, March 17). The new generation gap. Newsweek, pp. 52-60).

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Works Cited
Academic blacklisting. (1995, February 10). Boston Globe, p.A20.
Alexander, E. (1995). “Can you be BLACK and look at this?”: Reading the Rodney King
video(s). In the Black Public Sphere Collective, (Eds.), The Black public sphere, pp.81-
98. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Baynes, L.M. (1997). Who is black enough for you? An analysis of Northwestern
University Law School’s struggle over minority faculty hiring. Michigan Journal of Race
and Law, 2 (2), 205-233.
Bennett, R.W. (1995, February 2). Letters to the Editor: We did not recognize ourselves
as depicted. Wall Street Journal, p.A19.
Brouwer, D. & Squires C. (2003). Public intellectuals, public life, and the university.
Argumentation and Advocacy, 39: 201-213.
Byrne, D. (1994, December 13). McCarthy’s evil spirit haunts NU. Chicago Sun-Times,
p.27.
Daniel, G. R. (2003). Multiracial identity in global perspective: the United States, Brazil,
and South Africa. In L.I. Winters & H. DeBoise, (Eds.), New faces in a changing
America: Multiracial identity in the 21
st
century pp. 247-286. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
Publications.
Greenburg, J.C., Crawford, B. & O’Brien, J. (1994, December 13). Race issue sparks
hiring controversy at NU Law School. Chicago Tribune, p.3.
Hanchard, M (1995). “Black Cinderella?”: Race and the public sphere in Brazil. In the
Black Public Sphere Collective, (Eds.), The Black public sphere, pp.169-189. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press.
Herring, C., Keith, V.M., & Horton, H.D. (2004). Skin/deep: How race and complexion
matter in the “color-blind” era. Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
Kirkpatrick, M. (1995, January 11). Rule of law: Not black enough for this law school.
Wall Street Journal, p.A15.
Leland, J. & Samuels, A. (1997, March 17). The new generation gap. Newsweek, pp. 52-
60).


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