Ali 15 or enter the incarceration process Communities should start coming

Ali 15 or enter the incarceration process communities

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Ali 15 or enter the incarceration process. Communities should start coming together as one to protest against racial inequality that causes people to get locked up in the first place. The government should also play apart in this and start creating/funding organizations that can help those who have served time to help them get back on their feet. This help is needed to ensure that people have the right tools and right people in their corner to try and direct them towards a path of success and a brighter future.
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Ali 16 Works Cited Crutchfield, robert D, and gregory A weeks. “The Effects of Mass Incarceration on Communities of Color.” Issues in Science and Technology , issues.org/32-1/the-effects-of-mass-incarceration- on-communities-of-color/. Franklin, kamau. “From Slavery to Mass Incarceration.” American Friends Service Committee , 21 Sep. 2015, . Gaston, Herron Keyon. “Mass Incarceration's Impact on Black and Latino Women and Children.” The Huffington Post , TheHuffingtonPost.com, 20 Feb. 2015, - latino_b_670290.html. Hager, Eli. “Analysis | A Mass Incarceration Mystery.” The Washington Post , WP Company, 15 Dec. 2017, - mystery/?utm_term=.3782c9463c89. Humphreys, Keith. “Perspective | The Decline of Mass Incarceration Is Good for Everyone.” The Washington Post , WP Company, 11 Jan. 2018, - good-for-everyone/?utm_term=.776a02fea96d. Jones, Aristotle. “The Evolution: Slavery To Mass Incarceration.” The Huffington Post , TheHuffingtonPost.com, 6 Oct. 2016, - mass-incarceration_us_57f66820e4b087a29a54880f. “Mass Incarceration Is One of the Most Pressing Civil Rights Issues Today.” Economic Policy Institute , - today/ Miyawaki, evan. “Incarceration of Minorities.” Past, Present, Prison , 8 Aug. 2016,
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Ali 17 sites.coloradocollege.edu/hip/criminality-and-criminalization/incarceration-of-minorities/. Pettit, becky, and bruce western. “Incarceration & Social Inequality.” Incarceration & Social Inequality - American Academy of Arts & Sciences , 2010, . Sayers, shoshannah. “Mass Incarceration & People of Color.” Southern Coalition for Social Justice , 15 Apr. 2014, . Rubric rating submitted on: 2/21/2018, 7:50:39 PM by [email protected] Needs Major Support (0) points Needs Work(1 point): Almost There (2 points) Got It (3 points) Mastered (4 points) W7: Develops aresearch question, narrowing or broadening the inquiry when appropriate Got It (3 points) Absence of any questions to guide research. Student formulates research question(s) that are not clearly worded. Purpose for research is not set.
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