Punished policing the lives of black and latino pdf

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punished policing the lives of black and latino pdf

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Despite knowledge of racial bias for drug-related criminal justice involvement and its collateral consequences, we know less about differences between Black and White drug offenders. We compare Blacks and White non-violent drug offenders in New Haven, CT for demographic characteristics, substance use, and re-entry services accessed. Blacks were significantly more likely to have sales and possession charges, significantly more likely to prefer marijuana, a less addictive drug, and significantly less likely to report having severe drug problems. For both races, drug treatment was the most common service accessed through supervision. These comparisons suggest different reasons for committing drug-related crimes and thus, different reentry programming needs. While drug treatment is critical for all who need it, for racial justice, we must also intervene to address other needs of offenders, such as poverty alleviation and employment opportunities.
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African American Girls, Urban Inequality, and Gendered Violence. Jody Miller. Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys. Victor M. Rios. NEW YORK.

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Victor M. Rios is an award-winning professor, author, and former high school drop-out and juvenile delinquent. Rios grew up in a single parent household in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Oakland, California where he was surrounded by drugs and gangs.


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  1. Fifteen-year-old Slick, a Latino kid born and raised in Oakland, showed me the “ hotspots”: street intersections and sidewalks where life-altering experiences.

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