ch. 1. Justice, social justice, and higher education ch. 2. Citizenship and racial fragmentation : college access from the colonial era to the antebellum period ch. 3. Breaking barriers : from emancipation to desegregation ch. 4. Desegregating historically white colleges and universities (HWCUs) ch. 5. Student activism and institutional transformation ch. 6. Affirmative action, the desegregation of higher education systems, and the proliferation of minority serving institutions ch. 7. Women's subjugation and higher education from the colonial era to the mid-1960s ch. 8. The sex revolution and reminiscences ch. 9. Law and the advancement of social justice in higher education : considering social class, sexual orientation, gender identity, and dis/ability.