Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System
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'Racist' judges are MORE likely to jail black and Asian criminals for the same ... - Daily Mail

'Racist' judges are MORE likely to jail black and Asian criminals for the same ... - Daily Mail | Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System | Scoop.it
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Nicole Just's curator insight, May 8, 2014 9:59 AM

 

Typically whites and African Americans are compared in today's society. But what happens when whites are compared to Asians in the criminal justice system ?

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Fourteen Examples of Systemic Racism in the US Criminal Justice System

Fourteen Examples of Systemic Racism in the US Criminal Justice System | Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System | Scoop.it
   By: Bill QuigleyThe biggest crime in the US criminal justice system is that it is a race-based institution where African-Americans are directly targeted and punished in a much mor...
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Race and the Criminal Justice System | Russell Webster

Race and the Criminal Justice System | Russell Webster | Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System | Scoop.it
Race and the Criminal Justice System. Black people are more likely to be victims of crime, stopped and searched, prosecuted and sent to prison.
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Nicole Just's curator insight, May 8, 2014 10:55 AM

 

Another article on comparing blacks, Asians, whites, and other mixed races from being a victims, defendants, suspects, and offenders.

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Racism exists within criminal justice system - forum told

"There is clear evidence that personal racism and structural discrimination exists within our criminal justice system" Kim Workman, Spokesperson for Rethinking Crime and Punishment told an audience at the Human Rights Commission Diversity Forum,...

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Study Investigates Two Decades Of APD Officer-Involved Shootings - Alaska Public Radio Network

Study Investigates Two Decades Of APD Officer-Involved Shootings - Alaska Public Radio Network | Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System | Scoop.it
Alaska Public Radio Network Study Investigates Two Decades Of APD Officer-Involved Shootings Alaska Public Radio Network And he says that's not a surprise because minorities tend to be over represented when it comes to just about every aspect of...
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Racial Inequality in the Criminal Justice System

Fewer than 1 out of 100 Americans are imprisoned in the United States. But nearly one fourth of young black men are incarcerated in U.S. state and federal pr...
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Nicole Just's curator insight, May 8, 2014 10:59 AM

 

There are only less than 1% of the population of America is incarcerated. But when you break down the races in that 1% present a different view. The population of blacks are less then whites, but blacks make up more population of prisons then whites. So blacks have a greater chance of going to prison than getting married or going to college.