Why Definitions of Racial Discrimination Under U.S. Domestic Law are Woefully Inadequate
The United States ought to expand its definitions of racial discrimination to include all of the economic, social and cultural rights which international human rights law embraces.
||Race, Discrimination, Diversity, International Law
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.167-188.
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Author of Several Books and Publications on International Law; Professor Embry Riddle-Aeronautical University and Faculty Associate Arizona State University, College of Law
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