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  • [2016-06-16] Religious Rituals and LatCrit Theorizing 

    Montoya, Margaret
    After the first annual LatCrit conference held at La Jolla, California, Professor Keith Aoki observed that "issues of religion and spirituality are submerged not far below the surface of emerging Latina/o Critical Theory." ...
  • [2016-06-16] Seeking Educational Self-Determination: Raza Studies for Revolution 

    Montoya, Margaret
    This article is a multi-textured effort to explain the educational, social justice work of MAESTR@S, an innovative, organic group of educational activists fighting to address the needs of Latina/o youth. It is unlike ...
  • [2016-06-16] Silence and Silencing: Their Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces in Cultural Expression, Pedagogy and Legal Discourse 

    Montoya, Margaret
    This article uses Critical Race Theory and LatCrit Theory in its analysis, methodologies, and purpose. I seek to disrupt silences around race and to provide the knowledge and skills for effective work on racial equity and ...
  • [2016-06-16] The Story Behind a Letter in Support of Professor Derrick Bell 

    Montoya, Margaret
    Jointly authored with Cheryl Nelson Butler, Sherrilyn Ifill, Suzette Malveaux, Natsu Taylor Saito, Nareissa L. Smith and Tanya Washington. Professor Derrick A. Bell, Jr. had a long and proud history of disturbing authority. ...
  • [2016-06-16] Un/Braiding Stories About Law, Sexuality and Morality 

    Montoya, Margaret
    Traditional doctrine insists that we tame sexual desire by pretending that goodness and Godliness is defined by celibacy and abstinence, but the Church is simply wrong to insist that we accept a theology that negates and ...
  • [2016-06-16] Uniéndo Comunidades by Learning Lessons and Mobilizing for Change 

    Montoya, Margaret
    Building community, that is, sustaining our connections to family and our ancestry is often hampered by going to law school. Law schools are highly adept at assimilating you into a profession and a worldview that can be ...
  • [2016-06-16] Voices/Voces in the Borderlands: A Colloquy on Re/Constructing Identities in Re/Constructed Legal Spaces 

    Montoya, Margaret; Harrison, Melissa
    While we believe that the work of healing our cultural dyslexia is partly cognitive, in and through this paper we have tried to enact the experiential aspect. We may approach the entrances of the borderlands through reading ...
  • [2016-06-16] Voicing Differences (Comment) 

    Montoya, Margaret
    Jane Aiken and Kimberly O'Leary undertake the difficult work of developing specific approaches and techniques for taking account of characteristics such as race/ethnicity, gender, dis/ability, and sexual identity in clinical ...
  • [2016-06-16] Who Gets in? The Quest for Diversity after Grutter 

    Montoya, Margaret
    Transcript of The 2004 James McCormick Mitchell Lecture. On March 8, 2004, the University at Buffalo Law School hosted its annual Mitchell Lecture,1 a panel discussion entitled, "Who Gets In? The Quest for Diversity ...