From the Black Bar, Voices for Equal Justice.
Anthology of 25 essays on race and the law, written by Black law professors, judges, attorneys, etc. on the themes of “Race, Justice, and Politics”; “Criminal Justice and Blacks”; and “Civil Justice and Blacks.” Contributors (and their essays) include A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. (“Double Standards for Black Judges” and “Labor Union Racial Violence”); Judge Bruce McM. Wright (“A View from the Bench”); and Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court Thurgood Marshall (“Metropolitan School Desegregation”). Editor Gilbert Ware was the first Black to receive a Ph.D. from Princeton University. He taught politics at Drexel University and was the executive director of the Judicial Council of the National Bar Association.
Description: From the Black Bar, Voices for Equal Justice.
New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, (1976). First Edition. 341 pages. Very good or better in publisher’s cloth and dust jacket.