New book discusses the future of civil rights

Hear about a new book that says the future of civil rights is in individual differences, rather than the old model of trying to integrate marginalized groups into mainstream society. Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law professor Zachary Kramer writes in his new book “Outsiders: Why Difference Is the Future of Civil Rights,” that individual differences such as body size will drive the future of civil rights in the legal arena. We’ll hear more from Kramer about his book.

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Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law professor Zachary Kramer

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