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An Intersectional Critique of Tiers of Scrutiny: Beyond “Either/Or” Approaches to Equal Protection (with Kimberlé W. Crenshaw), 129 The Yale Law Journal Forum
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Intersectionality at 30: Mapping the Margins of Anti-Essentialism, Intersectionality, and Dominance Theory (with Cheryl I. Harris), 132 Harvard Law Review
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States of Continuity or State of Exception? Race, Law and Politics in the Age of Trump, 34 Constitutional Commentary 1 (2019).
Book Review: The Black Police, Policing Our Own (with L. Song Richardson), 131 Harvard Law Review
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From Stop and Frisk to Shoot and Kill: Terry v. Ohio's Pathway to Police Violence, 64 UCLA Law Review 1508 (2017).
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From Stopping Black People to Killing Black People: The Fourth Amendment Pathways to Police Violence, 105 California Law Review
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Blue-on-Black Violence: A Provisional Model of Some of the Causes, 104 Georgetown Law Journal
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Privileged or Mismatched: The Lose-Lose Position of African Americans in the Affirmative Action Debate (with Kaytee Turetsky & Valerie Purdie-Vaughns), 64 UCLA Law Review Discourse
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Colorblind Intersectionality, 38(4) Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
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Critical What What?, 43 Connecticut Law Review
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Undocumented Criminal Procedure (with Cheryl Harris), 58 UCLA Law Review
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Yellow by Law, 97 California Law Review 633-92 (2009).
The New Racial Preferences (with Cheryl Harris), California Law Review 1139-1214 (2008).
The Story of Law and American Racial Consciousness: Building a Canon One Case at a Time (with Rachel Moran), 76 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 851 (2008).
Foreword: Making Makeup Matter (with Catherine Fish and Mitu Gulati), 14 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 1 (2007).
The Story of Jesperson v. Harrah's: Makeup and Women at Work (with G. Mitu Gulati and Gowri Ramachandran), in Employment Discrimination Stories (edited by Joel W. Friedman, Foundation Press, 2006).
Racial Naturalization, 57 American Quarterly 633-58 (2005).
Race to the Top of the Corporate Ladder: What Minorities Do When They Get There (with G. Mitu Gulati), 61 Washington and Lee Law Review
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Tenure (with G. Mitu Gulati), 53 Journal of Legal Education 157-73 (2003).
What Exactly is Racial Diversity? (with G. Mitu Gulati), 91 California Law Review 1149-65 (2003).
The Law and Economics of Critical Race Theory (with G. Mitu Gulati), 112 Yale Law Journal
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(E)Racing Education, 35 Equity and Excellence in Education 181-94 (2002).
(E)Racing the Fourth Amendment, 35 Michigan Law Review 946-1044 (2002).
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The Protest Era (with Donald Weise), in Black Like Us: A Century of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual African American Fiction 107-36 (edited by Devon W. Carbado, Dwight McBride and Donald Weise, Cleis Press, 2002).
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Race to the Bottom, 49 UCLA Law Review 1283-313 (2002).
The Fifth Black Woman (with G. Mitu Gulati), 11 The Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 701-29 (2001). Anthologized in Critical Race Feminism: A Legal Reader (edited by Adrien Katherine Wing, NYU Press, 2002).
Interactions at Work: Remembering David Charny (with G. Mitu Gulati), 17 Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 13-22 (2001).
Conversations at Work (with G. Mitu Gulati), 79 Oregon Law Review 103-45 (2000).
Black Rights, Gay Rights, Civil Rights, 47 UCLA Law Review 1467-519 (2000). Shorter version appears in Black Men on Race, Gender and Sexuality: A Critical Reader (edited by Devon W. Carbado, NYU Press, 1999).
Men in Black, 3 The Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 427-38 (2000). An earlier version appears as Introduction in Black Men on Race, Gender and Sexuality: A Critical Reader (edited by Devon W. Carbado, NYU Press, 1999).
Race and Sex in Antidiscrimination Law, in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution 2nd ed. (edited by Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst, et al., Macmillan, 2000).
Working Identity (with G. Mitu Gulati), 85 Cornell Law Review 1259-1308 (2000).
Straight Out of the Closet, 15 UC Berkeley Women’s Law Journal 76-124 (2000). Shorter version appears in Epilogue, Black Men on Race, Gender and Sexuality: A Critical Reader (edited by Devon W. Carbado, NYU Press, 1999) and redacted in Critical Race Theory: The Cutting Edge (edited by Richard Delgado, 1999).
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