Stuart Chinn (Oregon): The Ideology Behind Brown v. Board of Education: Political Parties and “Jurisprudential Bundling”. Jeffrey Bellin (William and Mary): The Inverse Relationship between the Constitutionality and Effectiveness of New York City “Stop and Frisk”. Jennifer Urban (Mississippi): The Legalities of Racial Profiling for Aviation Security. Gilda Daniels (Baltimore): Unfinished Business: Protecting Voting Rights in the Twenty-First Century. Samuel R. Bagenstos (Michigan): Universalism and Civil Rights (With Notes on Voting Rights after Shelby). Samuel R. Bagenstos (Michigan): On Class-Not-Race. John V. Wintermute (Seton Hall): Remedying Race-Based Decision-Making: Reclaiming the Remedial Focus of Affirmative Action after Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. Brian T. Fitzpatrick (Vanderbilt): Is the Future of Affirmative Action Race Neutral? The Supreme Court deals a blow to affirmative action — here's what it means (and more and more and more and more). Jamelle Bouie on proof the Supreme Court doesn't understand racism at all (and more). Richard Sande reviews For Discrimination: Race, Affirmative Action, and the Law by Randall Kennedy (and more). The first chapter from After Civil Rights: Racial Realism in the New American Workplace by John D. Skrentny. Patricia A. Matthew on teaching while black: If race is a construct, gender is a construct, and teaching is a performative act, where and how do I exist in the classroom as a real black woman? The war on black intellectuals: Brittney Cooper on what (mostly) white men keep getting wrong about public scholarship. Tommy J. Curry on the black bourgeois and the death of (black) study in the analysis of the black public intellectual.