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Table of Contents
Note to the Reader
Introduction: A Brief History: The Roots
of Consumer Discrimination
Taking a Stand: People of Color in the Marketplace
A Good Lawyer
The Great Avocado Caper
Questions for Reflection or Group Discussion
*Activities: Research, Write, or Produce a Visual Collection
*Quiz This:True or False,
Multiple Choice, Short Answer
Lawsuit Outcomes: True or False?
Bring Your Own Fork
The Case of the Missing Tennis Shoes
Law Hunt: Information Outline
Potholes, Solutions, and Conclusion
Bibliography & Resource List: Articles, Books, Booklets,
State and City Laws
Did You Know?
Tips for Minors
Shopping with Friends
Avoid Behavior that Invites Scrutiny
Losing Your Temper
After a False Accusation
What Would You Do? A Critical Review
What You Should Know About Police Reports
Exhibits: Police report and grocery receipt from the short story A Good Lawyer
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