Volume 12 Issue 2

The Board of Editors of the Race and Social Justice Law Review is pleased to announce our
recent issue publication of Volume 12, Issue 2. The online publication can be viewed at:

Issue 2 discusses current topics such as special education, impacts of COVID-19, criminal
justice, charity, mutual liberation, and racism. Moreover, this Issue highlights subject matter
relating to criminal law, animal law, administrative law, and family law. Please reach out
through our website with any comments and responses. Thank you for supporting the University
of Miami Race and Social Justice Law Review.

Front Matter and Table of Contents



Closing the Gates To Racial Parity: Venture Philanthropy’s Perpetuation of Racial Disparities in the Educational Sphere
Lauren Silk


Protective Styles, a Protected Class: Revisiting EEOC v. Catastrophe Management Solutions
Staci Campbell

How To Protect Special Education During COVID-19: From the Courts to the Capitol
Sarah Coleman

Mommy Dearest?: Postpartum Psychosis, The American Legal System, And The Criminalization Of Mental Illness
Allison Dopazo


Fanon, Colonial Violence, And Racist Language In Federal American Indian Law

Joubin Khazaie

Mutual Liberation: The Use and Abuse of Non–human Animals by the Carceral State and the Shared Roots of Oppression
Michael Swistara