2012 IILP Review 148 (2012)
The racial and ethnic ancestries of blacks benefiting from affirmative action is changing, as foreign-born blacks and blacks with a non-black parent constitute disproportionately large percentages of blacks attending many selective higher education institutions. Coupled with the challenges arising from the educational achievement levels of black males during the past two decades, Brown and Turner examine the implication of these developments and the likelihood that they are creating further disadvantages for black women lawyers.
Brown, Kevin D. and Turner, Renee E., "Redefining the Black Face of Affirmative Action: The Impact on Ascendant Black Women" (2012). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 1284.