“Although overt discrimination has diminished in the criminal justice system over recent decades, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, we continue to grapple with the perceptions of and the reality of unfairness in our justice system. Racial and ethnic disparities persist in crime and criminal justice in the United States. Minorities remain overrepresented in delinquency, offending, victimization, and at all stages of the criminal justice process from arrest to pretrial detention, sentencing (including capital punishment), and confinement.” (ASA SERIES ON HOW RACE AND ETHNICITY MATTER – 2007)
Join NCEBCTalkRadio hosts Dr. Nicole McZeal Walters and Educational Civil Rights Consultant Allison Brown, Esq and our guests: Stanford O. Amos, Founder and CEO of S.O.S. Consulting, Saving Our Sons Consulting; Lisa Thurau, Strategies for Youth (“Connecting Cops and Kids”) for strategies and solutions for Black Boys.
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