The Columbia Journal of Race and Law announces the release of Volume 7, Issue 2

For Immediate Release – April 26, 2017

The Columbia Journal of Race and Law is excited to announce the publication of Volume 7, Issue 2! To view the pieces in this Issue, click here.

This Issue includes the following Articles:

From Status to Agency: Abolishing the “Very Spirit of Slavery”, by Herman N. Johnson Jr. The author is a Associate Professor of Law at the Cumberland School of Law, Samford University.

Rap Exegesis: Interpreting the Rapper in an Internet Society, by Andrew Jensen Kerr. The author is a Lecturer of Legal English at Georgetown University Law Center. He received his J.D. from Columbia Law School.

This Issue includes the following Notes:

African Immigrants, Intersectionality, and the Increasing Need for Visibility in the Current Immigration Debate, by Bolatito Kolawole. The author is a J.D. Candidate at Columbia Law School. She received a B.A. in 2014 from Amherst College.

The Status Quo of Racial Discrimination in Japan and the Republic of Korea and the Need to Provide for Anti-Discrimination Laws, by Yujin Yi. The author is a J.D. Candidate at Columbia Law School. She received a B.A. in 2014 from Waseda University.