Reducing Privilege Inequities Through Early Childhood Education [Georgetown J. of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives]

In recent years, the Supreme Court effectively declared the end of racism in America as unrest about the realities of American racism grew. Kelly's note explores the historical frameworks for dealing with race-based unrest in this country, suggests that the federal government should act to directly reduce white privilege, and provides an example of how making high-quality early childhood education accessible to all children of color could advance this aim.  Admitting that this is a radical proposal that could not survive under the current interpretation of the Equal Protection Clause, this note also argues that, in order to maintain credibly, the Supreme Court must reverse course and acknowledge the realities of implicit bias in our legal system.

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