Table of Contents


Editor’s Note PDF
Kevin W. Harris
Comparative Racialization: From Subjugation to Resistance and Remedy PDF
Tanya M. Washington
All Things Being Equal: The Promise of Affirmative Efforts to Eradicate Color-Coded Inequality in the United States and Brazil PDF
Tanya M. Washington
Afro America and the Third World in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina PDF
Ruth Gordon
King Pele: Race, Professionalism And Football In Brazil PDF
Ana Paula da Silva
Subtle Racism in Everyday Talk: Imus, Joe Biden and The Delonas New York Post Cartoon: Are they Racist? PDF
Vincene Verdun
Can Affirmative Action and Reparations Co-exist? PDF
Robert Westley
The End of Brazil: An Analysis of the Debate on Racial Equity on the Edges of Global Market Capitalism PDF
Denise Ferreira da Silva
Fictions of Identity and Brazilian Affirmative Action PDF
Seth Racusen
This edition of the National Black Law Journal was edited and produced by the University of Miami Black Law Review.

Editorial Board Members 2008-2009:

Faculty Advisors:

Francisco Valdes
Professor of Law
University of Miami School of Law

Zanita E. Fenton
Professor of Law
University of Miami School of Law

Editor-in-chief: Joshua Harris
Staff Managing Editor: Kevin W. Harris

Articles Editors:
- Nicole Ramos
- Zahire Estrella
- Yolanda Paschal
- Zenobia Tasby
- Shirley St.Louis

Staff Editors:
- Christina Guzman
- Omar Bradford
- Rochelle Willis
- Leigh-Ann Buchanan
- Gabrielle Berthelot-Levin
- Erica Whittler
- Bunmi Adeseun
- Sophia McGill
- Bensy Benjamin
- Susan Walker
- Courtney Mitchell
- Akivia Bassaragh