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Race & Incarceration In San Francisco: Two Years Later

A follow up on a 1992 study of San Francisco's racially disparate incarceration trends finds,

"San Francisco needs to replace rhetoric with reason, and create opportunities to address the disparities evident in our juvenile and criminal justice systems. Failure to act decisively will ultimately turn justice system reform issues into human rights issues."

Race & Incarceration In San Francisco: Two Years Later

Keywords: incarceration, overcrowding, policy brief, prisons, racial disparities, San Francisco

Posted in Publications, Social Justice

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