Racial Disparity in Private Prisons
February 17, 2014 8:14 AM Subscribe
A new study
"The Color of Corporate Corrections, Part II: Contractual Exemptions and the Overrepresentation of People of Color in Private Prisons" theorizes an interesting reason that the population of people of color is larger in the private prison system than in the general population. Mother Jones breaks it down
in simpler terms.
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