Teresa Stanton Collett

St. Thomas School of Law

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Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law

Teresa Stanton Collett on KCRW

The Civil Rights Era arguably began in 1954, when the US Supreme Court  desegregated the public schools  — in a decision that was unanimous.

US Supreme Court and the Convoluted History of Civil Rights

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Same-sex marriage is legal in California, at least until November, when voters are likely to get the chance to overturn  last week's ruling  by the state supreme court.

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