Risk-Free Racism: Whiteness and So-Called “Free Speech”.
Wake Forest Law Review, 44.
||This paper is notable for several reasons. First, it appears in a US law journal - showing that my work on critical race theory is respected not only within education internationally, but also in the discipline where CRT began (the law). Second, the paper arises from an invitational symposium at the Wake Forest School of Law, which is consistently ranked among the leading US law schools. This paper has been closed as the permission of the publisher has not been verified.
||Ethnicity , Race , Multiculturalism , Philosophy of education , Citizenship , Cultural studies , Sociology , Media
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