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Law of the Land - The Constitution: An African-American Context- Book
Law of the Land - The Constitution: An African-American Context- Book
 
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This unique, easily portable version of the U.S. Constitution fits in the palm
of your hand. It contains that exact same language provided by the drafters of
the original Constitution but highlights those portions of the Constitution that
refer specifically to African-Americans and have great importance to people of
color. Includes The Declaration of Independence. It also includes a chronology
of major legal cases and events involving African-Americans and the law. A
readable book, with commentary by Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Associate Professor
of Constitutional Law at John Jay College in New York City and author of the
acclaimed book "Race, Law, and American Society: 1607 to Present" and "The
Constitution: Major Cases and Conflicts." The U.S. Constitution: An
African-American Context" is the most empowering little book you may ever buy.
It is American history.

Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is the Founder/Director of The Law and Policy Group,
Inc., a nonprofit organization. The Law and Policy Group, Inc. is a think tank
for the community which produces the "Report on the Status of Black Women and
Girls(R)," the only annual national report on the state of Black females in
America.

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