Hofstra Law Review


In her article Prof. Bartlett focuses on race and sex, not where they cross, but what they look like side by side using child custody as a starting point for a more detailed assessment of the similarities and differences between sex and race discrimination. The author focuses on the operation of, and attempts to eliminate, race and sex discrimination in child custody law, using a methodology of moving back and forth between examples of race discrimination and sex discrimination, showing how looking at one in relation to the other contributes to a better understanding of both.

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