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White Americans still demand deference. A Black birdwatcher cannot ask a white woman to leash her dog without the threat of arrest. Racially motivated laws that restrict access to voting and aggressive voter purging threaten Black Americans’ right to participate in the civic process. More than 65 years years after Brown vs. Board of Education, our public schools remain largely separate and unequal, leading to vast gaps in achievement.
In the midst of today’s COVID-19 pandemic, Black Americans are three times.
It is more likely to die(Links to an external site.) from the disease than white people. One in three Black men(Links to an external site.) will do prison time, and Black girls are the fastest-growing segment(Links to an external site.) in the juvenile justice system. Black people are 2.5 times more likely to be kill by police (Links to an external site.)than their white counterparts. Federal and private prisons, as well as community-based supervision settings including probation and parole. A former offender release from prison may be place on parole supervision while living in the community. The former offender may be mandate to comply with parole conditions or face violations, which could result in a variety of sanctions including re-incarceration. These conditions may be drug testing or participating in a treatment program, for example. Conversely, a parolee may be release from prison without conditions