Racial injustice in the US legal system: How to tackle it

Here is how racial injustice plays out in the US legal system and here’s how to start tackling it.

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5 thoughts on “Racial injustice in the US legal system: How to tackle it

  1. I live in the Deep South and am black. I live in a city that is 80% black. Racism is not apart of my life. In addition most of our politicians and police force is black. It is difficult to relate to what you describe but I do think the prison system needs reform bc multinationals have made it a business incarnating all colors for profit.

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