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By Philip Steele

This well timed e-book bargains a severe exam of matters within the headlines referring to racial bias, crime, and police violence. Race and Crime shines a gentle on biases and assumptions that hyperlink race with crime within the media, and encourages readers to mirror on those biases within the info they eat day-by-day. Readers are requested to contemplate the jobs that policing, prisons, immigration, and the media play in implementing racism, and to check their results all through heritage, which come with hate crimes within the different types of slavery, genocide, and police violence. via debate sidebars, serious pondering questions, and real-world case stories, this name is going past media headlines to motivate scholars to significantly discover very important matters surrounding race and crime of their groups, international locations, and the realm.

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