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Bringing stop-and-frisk to SF?
Bringing stop-and-frisk to SF?, July 11, 2012
For juveniles, justice is biased
For juveniles, justice is biased Politico, July 6, 2012
Slavery's legacy alive and well in Louisiana
Douglas Blackmon's best-selling book Slavery by Another Name dispels one myth after another as he reveals the continuing of a system of slavery under a different name: convict leasing. This was a system whereby former black slaves were routinely rounded up on minor charges (or no charges at all) like vagrancy, placed in local county or town jails, brought to court and fined a small amount ($25 or $50).  Since they could not pay the money (as they were too poor and were traveling from town to…

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