Kareem Crayton

Assistant Professor of Law, University of Southern California

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Assistant Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Southern California, specializing on issues related to the intersection of law, politics, and race

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Proposition 8  appears to have passed, but same-sex marriage is already making its way back to the courts.

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