How Law Schools Fail Minority Students

by TomDispatch on

On average, they end up in lower-ranked law schools and have lower bar exam passage rates, employment rates and income levels. With intense competition for paid social justice positions, few will have careers fighting for ideals that brought them to law school in the first place.

Documenting the Poor People's Campaign
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Activists and civil rights advocates from across the nation have joined to create a new movement that is reigniting Martin Luther King's 1968 effort to fight racism, militarism and materialism.

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