Color-coded Justice?

Color-coded Justice?

July 18, 2013 | by Ian MacLaren | The Cortez Journal

Statistics suggest that America’s justice system is not color blind. The Cortez Journal highlights statistics from NCCD’s 2009 study on racial disparities within the criminal justice system. These statistics show that African Americans are more likely to be incarcerated.

To read more from NCCD’s study on racial disparities, click here.

Statistics suggest that America’s justice system is not color blind. The Cortez Journal highlights statistics from NCCD’s 2009 study on racial disparities within the criminal justice system. These statistics show that African Americans are more likely to be incarcerated.

To read more from NCCD’s study on racial disparities, click here.