Race Stereotype Crimes

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Charles Hamilton Houston once said, “We beg you to save young America from the blight race prejudice. Do not bind the children within the narrow circles of your own lives” (Brainy Quote, 2013). An African American young man between the ages of 25-29 why is it that they happen to be incarcerated more than any other nationality per statistics by the US Justice Department in 2003 (Bell, 2006). Looking at what is going on and why they are more likely to be in jail then all the others. Understanding the difference between African American, Hispanic and White male criminal prosecution, convictions, prison sentences and the amount of time served. What are the factors or variables with the reasons why they are involved in crime and what happens when they are in the criminal justice system? Judges, lawyers and lawmakers why are there so few African Americans in the system working towards a dream. Structured inequality within the judicial systems is slowly getting better. In the future as a…show more content…
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