Prison Report Cites Racial Disparity Among New Jersey Inmates

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Blacks in New Jersey are 13 times more likely to wind up in jail than whites — a higher disparity than any other state, according to a report by a Washington research group. The report by the Sentencing Project, which advocates alternatives to prison, notes that 63 percent of New Jersey’s prison population is black
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