Synopses & Reviews
Bringing together legal manifesto and memoir of his life as a gay Japanese American, a legal scholar creates a ground-breaking new paradigm of civil rights that looks at society's emphasis on a need for conformity and calls for a return to authenticity that recognizes that this suppression of one's identity causes harm to all society. Reprint. 10,000 first printing.
From the acclaimed Yale Law School professor, this remarkable and elegant work fuses legal manifesto and poetic memoir to call for a redefinition of civil rights in today's culture.
About the Author
Kenji Yoshino is the deputy dean for intellectual life and professor of law at Yale Law School. For more information about Yoshinos work, visit www.kenjiyoshino.com.