The unfair treatment of minorities, especially Affrican Americans, byt the courts and prison systems in the US.
The perception lingers that justice remains far from color-blind. James B. Eaglin, chairman of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, was quoted as saying, There is a view in this country that if you're poor and black or Hispanic or Native American, you won't get a fair deal; and the basic contentions that there are biases at every level of the system are well founded (Simpson, 17). Awards for black victims in civil suits are a third or sometimes half the amount of those given to white plaintiffs. Other studies show that sentences for black criminals tend to be longer t…
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