Special Volume--20 Years after 9/11

Submitted by SpearIt on Tue, 06/28/2022 - 22:48

The Michigan Journal of Race and Law published a volume that reflects on the impacts of 9/11, twenty years later. The volume includes a range of topics, including critical race theory, state sponsored radicalization, Muslim Ban, terrorism litigation, and imprisonment of Muslims. The volume is available here:


The essays and authors:

Origin Stories: Critical Race Theory Encounters the War on Terror by Natsu Taylor Saito

State Sponsored Radicalization by Sahar F. Aziz

Material Support Prosecutions and their Inherent Selectivity by Wadie E. Said

American Informant by Ramzi Kassem

The Ban and its Enduring Bandwidth by Khaled Ali Beydoun

The World of Private Terrorism Litigation by Maryam Jamshidi

A Religious Double Standard: Post-9/11 Challenges to Muslims’ Religious Land Usage by Asma T. Uddin

9/11 Impacts on Muslims in Prison by SpearIt

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