New PDF release: Behind Bars: Latino/as and Prison in the United States
By S. Oboler
This ebook addresses the complicated factor of incarceration of Latino/as and provides a complete assessment of such issues as deportations in historic context, a case examine of latino/a resistance to prisons within the 70s, the problems of stripling and and ladies prisons, and the submit incarceration experience.
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Carried two bulky garment bags . . dressed casually . . left the airport by taxi” and anyone falling under the category of “Hispanics” (Cole 1999, 47–49). 26 JOSÉ LUIS MORÍN As Georgetown University law professor David Cole (2001, 248) notes, “racial profiling studies . . make clear that the war on drugs has largely been a war on minorities. ” Racial profiles appear not to correctly reflect the racial background of either illicit drug consumers or of traffickers. S. government data about drug use points to whites using drugs at much the same rate as persons from other racial or ethnic groups.
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Behind Bars: Latino/as and Prison in the United States by S. Oboler