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RACIAL BIAS IN JURY SELECTION
North Carolina Courts Continue to Struggle with Racial Bias in Jury Selection
Matthew Lynch, Ed.D.
Author of The Call to Teach and editor of The Edvocate, www.th...
In its zeal to maintain the death penalty at any cost, North Carolina officials ignore the problem the Supreme Court first tried to address in 1986--the widespread disenfranchisement of blacks from the judicial system.
75 Years After Scottsboro Racial Profiling In Jury Selection Is Alive and Well
2009 Guggenheim Fellow; Author, Scottsboro, The Boy Who Loved ...
While the ruling in favor of an African-American ex-marine found guilty by an all-white jury is gratifying, it does not go to the heart of racial injustice in the criminal justice system.
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