Vol. 95 Nbr. 4, February 1997
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- Foreword: 'racialism' and reason.
- Vampires anonymous and critical race practice.
- Beyond 'sellouts' and 'race cards': black attorneys and the straightjacket of legal practice.
- Straightjacketing professionalism: a comment on Russell.
- Critical race praxis: race theory and political lawyering practice in post-civil rights America.
- Legal narratives, therapeutic narratives: the invisibility and omnipresence of race and gender.
- Unshackling black motherhood.
- Representing race outside of explicitly racialized contexts.
- The underrepresentation of minorities in the legal profession: a critical race theorist's perspective.
- Lynching ethics: toward a theory of racialized defenses.
- Rodrigo's Thirteenth Chronicle: legal formalism and law's discontents.
- Afterword: other Americas.