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Readings on Race and Law

Overview

This guide primarily lists selected books on race and law-related topics available at the UC Davis Mabie Law Library. Some categories also include catalog links to additional readings and links to relevant online resources.

For additional reading or research ideas beyond the Law Library's print collection, see Suggestions for Further Reading and Research.

Books to Start With

The following treatises provide overviews of a number of issues related to race and law in the United States.

School of Law Community Reads

Aoki Center for Critical Race and Nation Studies

"The Aoki Center is an initiative at the University of California, Davis, School of Law to honor the life and work of the late professor, Keith Aoki. Through scholarly research on the intersection of race and law, the Aoki Center draws together faculty throughout the UC Davis campus to advance the fields of civil rights, critical race theory, and immigration issues."