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Criminal Justice and Ethnic Diversity

Criminalization and punishment have always been racialized affairs in the United States. The specificity of this racialization, however, has shifted widely in concert with shifts in the larger racial order. For example, whereas 99 percent of people incarcerated in Alabama in ...

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