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Mardi 07 Juillet 2020

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UCLA Civil Rights Project

Domaine

Amerique du Nord, États-Unis

TypePays d'origineConstitution

Universités États-Unis1996

Matière

Civil, Droits, Race, Racisme, Recherche

Information d'intérêt

Founded in 1996 by former Harvard professors Gary Orfield and Christopher Edley, Jr., the Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles is now co-directed by Orfield and Patricia Gándara, professors at UCLA. Its mission is to create a new generation of research in social science and law, on the critical issues of civil rights and equal opportunity for racial and ethnic groups in the United States. It has commissioned more than 400 studies, published 14 books and issued numerous reports from authors at universities and research centers across the country. The U.S. Supreme Court, in its 2003 Grutter v. Bollinger decision upholding affirmative action, and in Justice Breyer’s dissent (joined by three other Justices) to its 2007 Parents Involved in Community Schools decision, cited the Civil Rights Project’s research.

Données de contact

8370 Math Sciences, Box 951521, 90095-1521, Loa Angeles, California, États-Unis
crp@ucla.edu
http://civilrightsproject.ucla.edu/

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