Objects & Places from The Alchemy of Race and Rights

Patricia J. Williams
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Object Descriptions

Harvard Law School - This place was where Williams often felt ignored and marginalized as a result of her race.

Dartmouth - This place was where Williams wrote the book, The Alchemy of Race and Rights, and was a professor.

Williams' Classroom - This was where some people found Williams was hostile.

Williams' Journal - These excerpts were regularly reproduced.

Discrimination - This concept/action/mindset was constantly featured in The Alchemy.

Property Law - This was an interest of Williams' because of her great-great-grandmother.

Faculty Memo - These were legal cases which Williams often discussed in The Alchemy.

Student Evaluations/Law Review Rejections - These vilified and unjustly classified Williams.

Polar Bears - This was a symbol of strength for Williams.

Racist Violence - This was a result of a segregation instinct and two prominent attitudes, such as the "better safe than sorry" attitude.

Poverty -...

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