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Racial Justice

This guide is intended to provide informational and educational resources on racial justice and anti-racism for the University of Missouri School of Law community.

E-books from MU Libraries

Law Review and Academic Articles

The Duke Law School Institute for Justice Reform & Innovation has created extensive bibliographies of academic articles and other resources. The Civil & Criminal Justice Repository contains a collection of articles related to implicit bias in the law and the Criminal Justice Repository has a list of articles related to Afrocentric facial feature and skin tone bias.

The Oxford African American Studies Center provides access to thousands of scholarly articles as well as images, primary sources, and maps.

Social Justice and Human Rights Law Reviews

Print Books at the Law Library

Print Books from Other Libraries

Mizzou Law students, faculty, and staff can request books to be delivered to the Law Library through Merlin and Mobius.