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LATINO FOCUS

In Recognition of Eduardo Roberto Rodriguez, 1
Jonathan Gracia

NOTE

Blinded by the White: Latino School Desegregation and the Insidious Allure of Whiteness, 7
Daniel Aaron Rochmes

ARTICLE

The Social Psychology of Peremptory Challenges: An Examination of Latino Jurors, 25
Roger Enriquez & John W. Clark, III

In Recognition of Judge Reynaldo G. Garza, by Marc Knisely with a contribution from Justice Raul A. Gonzalez
Article 1: Local Police Involvement in the Enforcement of Immigration Law, by Judge Linda Reyna Yaez and Alfonso Soto
Comment 1: With Liberty and Justice for All: How America Can Provide Fair Housing for All Its People, by Housing Sec. Henry G. Cisneros
Comment 2: The Assassination of Luis Donaldo Colosio, by Richard Rodriguez
Note 1: 1994 Student Note Competition Winner, "Ending the Conquest Won Through Institutionalized Racism in Our Schools: Multicultural
Curricula and the Right to an Equal Education"
Note 2: The Voice of Color and Its Value in Legal Storytelling, by Ana Garza

 

Volume 7 Number 1
Cover Art:
  La Belleza Indigena, by Pio Pulido
Inside Artwork & Photography:  Manuel Acosta, Gloria Osuna Perez, Gronk, and Terri LeClercq
Inside Poetry:  Jim Bodeen, Carlos Gonzalez, Alma Varela, and Terri LeClercq

Profile:  Raul Yzaguirre, by Sabine Mora
Conference:
  Selected Panels from the National Council of La Raza 2001 Conference
Article 1:  "But You're Not a Dirty Mexican": Internalized Oppression, Latinos & Law, by Laura Padilla
Article 2:  Customer Racial Discrimination in Major League Baseball: Is There No Hope for Equal Pay?, by Ilyana M. Kuziemko &  Geoffrey C. Rapp
Student Note:  Piece by Piece: Garment Workers, Livable Wages, and Economic Development in Los Angeles County, by Vicki Vertiz

Volume 6 Number 1
Cover Art:
  Drawing Lines in the Sand, by Sam Coronado, 2001
Inside Photography By:  Andrew Ortiz

Foreword:  by Lani Guinier
Symposium:
  Drawing Lines in the Sand:  The Texas Latino Community and Redistricting 2001
Article 1:  The Scope of the Powers and Responsibilities of the Texas Legislature in Redistricting and the Exploration of Alternatives to the
Legislative Role:  A Basic Primer, by Jonathan Snare
Article 2:  Effects of the Voting Rights Acton Reapportionment and Hispanic Voting Strength in Texas, by Steve Bickerstaff
Article 3:  History, Latinos, and Redistricting, by Jose Garza (THJLP Board Member 2001-02)
Article 4:  Between a Rock and a Hard Place:  Texas Latinos and Redistricting in 2001, by Henry Flores
Article 5:  Another View, by Douglas Markham
Commentary:  Arizona Redistricting:  Issues Surrounding Hispanic Voter Representation

Volume 5 Number 1
Cover Art: God Only Made Good Women, by Rosemary Meza, 1996
Inside Art & Photography By:  Gloria Osuna Perez, Gaspar Enriquez, Carlos Callejo, Gregory Smith

In Recognition of Adelfa Callejo:  Dallas Attorney and Activist, by Cindy Rosales & Alberto Mesta, Jr.
Article:  Critical Evaluations of Hispanic Participation on the Grand Jury:  Key-Man Selection, Jurymandering, Language, and
Representative Quotas, by Hiroshi Fukurai
Comment:  The Other Side of the Guadalupe-Hidalgo:  A Synopsis of the Case Involving 433 Land Claims by Texas Families Against the
Government of Mexico, by Jorge A. Vargas
Book Review:  Beyond Whose Reason?:  Of Blacks, Jews, and the Quest for Truth, by Edward Greer
Note 1:  Cuba's Flirtatious Love Affair with Foreign Investment, by Venera A. Gallousis (UT Law '02)
Note 2:  Case Comment, City of Chicago v. Morales:  Street Gangs, Public Spaces, and the Limits of Police Discretion, by Roy L. Sturgeon

Volume 4 Number 1
Cover Art: Dos Mundos, by Sam Coronado, 1993-94

In Recognition of State Representative Irma L. Rangel: Legislator and Role Model, by Veronica D. Brise‚o
Article 1: Not a Zookeeper's Culture: LatCrit Theory and a Search for Latino/a Authenticity in the U.S., by Larry Catá Backer
Article 2: Hopwood, Race, Bakke and the Constitution, by Marco Portales
Panel Discussion 1: Constructing Reality After Hopwood
Panel Discussion 2: Affirmative Action and Standardized Testing
Note 1: Minorities and the University of Texas School of Law (1950-1980), by Lisa Lizette Barrera

Volume 3 Number 1
Cover Art:
Dia de los Muertos, Para las Alamas, Lynn B. Rich, 1996

In Recognition of Frank Tejeda: A Quiet Warrior, by Aaron M. Boyce
Article: Minority Voting Rights and Judicial Selection Reform in Texas: Why Not a Modified At-Large Voting System???, by Carroll G. Robinson
Book Review: Morenitos, Güeros, y Bolillos, by Gerald Torres
Note 1: The Treatment of the Spanish Language and Latinos in Education in the Southwest, in the Workplace, and in the Jury Selection Process, by Lisa Soto
Note 2: A Proposal to Combat the Illegal Trafficking of Pre-Columbian Artifacts, by Aaron M. Boyce

Volume 2 Number 1
Cover Art: Dia de los Muertos, Para las Alamas, Lynn B. Rich, 1996

In Recognition of Dan Morales: A Visit With the Texas Attorney General, by Rob Lallier
Comment: Hispanics and the Mainstream: The Role of Higher Education, by Manual J. Justiz
Note 1: 
1995 Student Note Competition Winner
Toward Transformative Critical Race Theory: Creating Communication Across Class Division, by Joseph Erasto Jaramillo
Note 2:
1996 Student Note Competition Winner
HUD Shuts the Door: Restrictions on Housing Assistance to Noncitizens, by Jason Dzubow

Volume 1 Number 1
Cover Art: Monotype, by Luis Gutierrez, 1993

In Recognition of Judge Reynaldo G. Garza, by Marc Knisely with a contribution from Justice Raul A. Gonzalez
Article 1: Local Police Involvement in the Enforcement of Immigration Law, by Judge Linda Reyna Yaez and Alfonso Soto
Comment 1: With Liberty and Justice for All: How America Can Provide Fair Housing for All Its People, by Housing Sec. Henry G. Cisneros
Comment 2: The Assassination of Luis Donaldo Colosio, by Richard Rodriguez
Note 1: 1994 Student Note Competition Winner, "Ending the Conquest Won Through Institutionalized Racism in Our Schools: Multicultural
Curricula and the Right to an Equal Education"
Note 2: The Voice of Color and Its Value in Legal Storytelling, by Ana Garza