Academic journal article Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights

Letter from the Editor

Academic journal article Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights

Letter from the Editor

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Dear Reader,

Thank you for subscribing to the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights. This year, 2017, marks twenty-five years since the Journal began publication. To commemorate this, we are happy to publish four thought-provoking pieces from authors who have contributed to the Journal before.

Professor Kevin Brown's piece revisits a topic that he wrote about in the Journal in 1996. In that piece, Professor Brown discussed the end of the career of a fictional African-American law professor, with the discussion set in 2036. In this issue, Professor Brown discusses the last day of the career of the professor's twin brother. With a piece that is at once creative and scholarly. Professor Brown provides a memorable study of affirmative action's past, present, and future.

An auditorium of attendees enjoyed hearing from Jay Forester at the Journal's annual conference in 2016. He and Matthew Kolodoski, both on the council of the Individual Rights and Responsibilities (IRR) Section of the State Bar of Texas, have worked hard to bring the IRR Section and the Journal closer together. …

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