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Volume 37

A Note from the Editor-in-Chief James Ramsey   Original artwork John Sherman   The Panther Declawed: How Blue Mayors Disarmed Black Men Karl T. Muth   Balm of the Ancestors LaTrina M. Johnson-Brown   Police Arbitration and the Public Interest Stephen A. Plass  ...

Volume 36

Volume 36 A Note from the Editors The Editors A Note from the Editor-in-Chief Julian Nunally Demons, Savages, and Sovereigns: On Whiteness and Law James Ramsey Belinda (Say her name) Kiah Duggins What the Hair: Employment Discrimination Against Black People Based on...

2020 Call for Content

DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DEC. 31 The Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal (HBLJ) is excited to announce the 2020 Call for Content for our 37th volume. HBLJ is looking for submissions from activists, organizers, community members, incarcerated or formerly incarcerated...

Full History of Blackletter Law Journal

Types of Articles Unlike many other journals, Blackletter/JREJ has published a wide range of content over time. At its inception, as a newsletter, it curated political commentary and opinion pieces, but also ads for local businesses and events relevant to Blacks at...