The Yale Law Journal


Reckoning and Reformation: Reflections and Legal Reponses to Racial Subordination and Structural Marginalization

Americans find themselves once again grappling with the reality and legacy of racial subordination and structural inequality. Law is central to both maintaining and dismantling structural subordination based upon race, class, and other marginalized identities. This collection, in conjunction with other law reviews, grapples with some of these realities.


Reckoning with Race and Disability

Jasmine E. Harris

Intersectionality surfaces the experiences of disabled people of color, but it tells us less about the malleability of this type of discrimination. This Essay contends that aesthetic theories of structural subordination can supplement emerging discussions on intersectionality by underscoring the vis…


Equality Metrics

Veronica Root Martinez & Gina-Gail S. Fletcher

For decades firms have asserted their support for diversity efforts but struggled to achieve increased demographic diversity. This Essay argues that institutional investors should require firms to disclose information regarding the current demographic diversity of their workforces and supply chains,…