Black Inmates At Disadvantage in NY Parole System

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In New York state, black men going before the parole board are at a marked disadvantage, reports the New York Times in the second in a series on racial bias in the state criminal justice system. An analysis of thousands of parole decisions over several years found that fewer than one in six black or Hispanic men was released at his first . . .

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