By Scott Bowman
A varied, serious research of racial and ethnic disparities in the American legal justice method that encourages serious considering through offering numerous facets to the issues.
• provides a old exam of racial and ethnic impacts within the early formation of the legal justice system
• permits readers to spot the ways that our criminal approach has replaced all through background concerning racism—and the ways that it has remained the same
• offers a severe research of the present race- and ethnicity-based legal justice system
• Identifies intersectionalities of race/ethnicity and socioeconomic prestige in the felony justice system
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Color Behind Bars: Racism in the U.S. Prison System [2 volumes]: Racism in the U.S. Prison System (Racism in American Institutions) by Scott Bowman