Volume 2007, No. 2


Symposium: Intimacy, Race, Marriage, and the Meanings of Equality: Perspectives on the 40th Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia

Loving and the Legacy of Unintended Consequences

By Rachel F. Moran


Taking the “Garbage” Out in Tulia, Texas: The Taboo on Black-White Romance and Racial Profiling in the “War on Drugs”

By Kevin R. Johnson


There’s Just One Hitch, Will Smith: Examining Title VII, Race, and Casting Discrimination on the Fortieth Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia

By Angela Onwuachi-Willig


Loving Across Borders: Immigration Law and the Limits of Loving

By Jennifer M. Chacon


Queer as Black Folk?

By Catherine Smith


Loving Indian Style: Maintaining Racial Caste and Tribal Sovereignty Through Sexual Assimilation

By Carla D. Pratt


Regulating White Desire

By Reginald Oh


From Tainted to Sainted: The View of Interracial Marriage as Cultural Evangelism

By Rashmi Goel


The Aftermath of Loving v. Virginia: Sex Asymmetry in African American Intermarriage

By R. Richard Banks


Lovin’ the Man: Examining the Legal Nexus of Irony, Hypocrisy, and Curiosity

By Camille A. Nelson