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A must read. The overt racism of the pre-Civil Rights Era has been superseded by a more subtle form, but it still exists and it is still as destructive to our society. Wake up, America.

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From ThinkProgress.org:

The last few months have issued several potent reminders that racism still pervades our criminal justice system, as even some prominent and powerful American black leaders publicly professed that they had to warn their young sons about police profiling.

There is still a sizable group of Americans that say that there is no more racism. They point to our Black president (who is actually half-Black), and note that Blacks aren’t being hanged anymore. But as Blacks and other minority groups know first-hand, there is indeed still racism.

In some cases, it has simply taken a disguised form. For instance, if you are a minority student, it is likely that your teacher assumes your grades won’t be as high as your white counterparts. He or she won’t say it to your face- that kind of blatant racism in no longer as acceptable as it once was. That…

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2 thoughts on “American Criminal Justice System is a Civil Rights Crisis

  1. I am pretty sure you started to follow me first my friend yet you seem to have missed my last few post up until now I haven’t missed any of yours I have many followers you don’t appear to have very many I guess it’s up to you if I continue to follow you or not

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    • My blogging time is constrained, but I do consciously try to visit all the blogs which interact with mine. If I’ve neglected yours, I apologize. Nothing personal was intended.

      There are bloggers I follow closely who rarely if ever visit my blog. That’s okay with me because I’m very interested in their material. I’m sure there are examples where the reverse is true.

      Since my primary goal is substantive, not social, I must continue my current blogging practices. If that is insufficient, then feel free to stop following this blog.

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