This Article provides the first extended analysis of the conscious consideration of race and sex in organizing work. It draws on research and literature in the fields of sociology, social psychology, and organizational theory to expose the risks and possibilities of permitting race- and sex-based decisions organizing work for workplace equality. Based on this empirical foundation and on established Supreme Court case law setting limits and conditions on the use of race and sex in employment decisions under Title VII, the Article presents an argument that is equally normative and doctrinal.
Tristin K. Green,
Race and Sex in Organizing Work: "Diversity," Discrimination, and Integration,
Emory L. J.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.law.emory.edu/elj/vol59/iss3/1