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Although Whites commit more types of homicides in comparison to Blacks, Blacks are more likely to be arrested and convicted.  Whites are just as likely as Blacks to commit crimes against people of their own race, but Blacks often receive longer sentences and are more likely to be incarcerated or sentenced to d***h when they commit crimes against people of their own race.  It is a double-standard that Whites who commit crimes are more likely to be acquitted, and Blacks who commit crimes and are more likely to be convicted.  This historical issue of racially disparate treatment in the criminal justice system is another reason why people rally for justice.  Using the “Black-on-Black Crime” argument only serves as a means to distract people from macro-level issues of injustice.

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