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The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

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Edition:
Reprint
ISBN13:

9781595586438

ISBN10:
1595586431
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/16/2012
Publisher(s):
Perseus Distribution Services
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In a bold and innovative argument, a rising legal star shows readers how the mass incarceration of a disproportionate number of black men amounts to a devastating system of racial control. This is a terrifying reality that exists in the UK as much as in the US. Despite the triumphant dismantling of the Jim Crow laws, the system that once forced African-Americans into a segregated second-class citizenship still haunts and the criminal justice system still unfairly targets black men and deprives an entire segment of the population of their basic rights.


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