Articles & Research

Representative Scholarship/Publications

PAR FOR THE COURSE?: EXPLORING THE IMPACTS OF INCARCERATION AND MARGINALIZATION ON POOR BLACK MEN IN THE U.S., Journal of Law in Society, Wayne State Law School, Volume 14 (2014)

Going Up in Smoke: The Impacts of the Drug War on Young Black Men, 6Albany Government Law Review 560 (2014)

Book Chapter: Warehousing, Imprisoning and Labeling Youths, “Minorities”: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline, 2014, Peter Lang Publishing

“Justice for All: How the Fallout from the War on Drugs Has Led to the Highest Incarceration Rate in the World,” Covenant Companion Magazine, July 2012

St. Thomas Lawyer Magazine, Article entitled, “Dismantling the Prison Pipeline for Youth: A Call to Action”, Winter 2011 Issue

Co-author, “Evaluation of Gang Databases in Minnesota and Recommendations for Change.” Information and Communications Technology Journal, Volume 19, No. 3, Winter 2010

“Can These Bones Live?: A Look at the Impacts of the War on Drugs on African-American Children and Families,” Hastings Journal on Race and Poverty, Volume 7 No. 2, Summer 2010

“From the Frying Pan Into the Fire: How Poor Women of Color and Children are Affected by the Sentencing Guidelines & Mandatory Minimums.” Santa Clara Law Review, Volume 47 No. 2, Spring 2007

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