Book Explores Black Culpability in Creating Mass Incarceration

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James Forman Jr., a Yale law professor and former public defender in Washington, D.C., explores the culpability of black politicians, criminal justice officials, clergy members, activists and others in creating mass incarceration. His book is "Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America . . .

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