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MASS INCARCERATION, CRIMINAL JUSTICE & INJUSTICE

Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced, and Unprotected, a report from the Center for Intersectionality and Policy Studies and the African American Policy Forum

The Counted: This interactive database of people killed by police in the U.S. is continually updated. From The Guardian

Court costs entrap nonwhite, poor juvenile offenders, by Erik Eckholm at the New York Times

Did Slavery End in 1865? a video with Bryan Stevenson of the Equal Justice Initiative

First Reparations Program for Victims of Police Violence, by Zach Stafford at The Nation

Free online tool for police to determine if they are enacting bias in traffic stops, from RTI International

Increase in Fatal Shootings by Police, from the Washington Post

Infographic on Education vs. Incarceration

The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

Police Originated From Slave Catching Patrols, from CounterCurrentSeries on mass incarceration from The Atlantic, September 2015

Slavery Never Died, It Reinvented Itself, an article about mass incarceration by Whitney Bens at The Atlantic

Slavery To Mass Incarceration, a 6 minute video with nice graphics by the Equal Justice Initiative

U.S. Police Chiefs Group Apologizes For Historical Mistreatment of Minorities, by Tom Jackman at the Washington Post

Van Jones: How Prisons Hurt Communities, from AJ+

When Bail Is Out Of Defendant's Reach, Other Costs Mount, by Shaila Dewan in the New York Times

White Men Get Rich from Legal Pot, Black Men Stay In Prison, by April M. Short at Alternet

Who’s Most Likely to be Killed by Police? by Simon Moya-Smith in Indian Country Today, via CNN