Racial Justice

Unconscious bias—as well as overt racial discrimination—continues to taint the promise of justice for all, and these phenomena are particularly acute within the nation’s criminal justice system, where, for example, black people are incarcerated in state prisons at five times the rate of white people.Ashley Nellis, The Color of Justice: Racial and Ethnic Disparity in State Prisons (Washington, DC: The Sentencing Project, 2016), 14. 

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