Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review
With the growing racial and ethnic diversity of the U.S. population and workforce, scholars have begun to address the ways in which coalition building across groups not only will continue to be necessary but also will become even more complex. Recent scholarship has focused on analyzing how best to promote effective coalition building. Thus far, scholars have not examined what that growing racial and ethnic diversity will mean in the context of individual racial and ethnic discrimination claims. What will antidiscrimination litigation look like when all the parties involved are non-White but nonetheless plaintiffs allege that a racial hierarchy exists and they are not necessarily interested in the group-politics agenda of coalition building? This article focuses on the implications of increased diversity for the operation of employment discrimination law.
Tanya Kateri Hernandez,
Latino Inter-Ethnic Employment Discrimination and the Diversity Defense , 42 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 259
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