Welcome to the research guide for Racial Inequality in the Justice System, which refers to institutionalized behavior and laws that single out people of certain races. This guide contains information on how this inequality manifests itself in the U.S. Justice system and the debate over whether any level of racial profiling is acceptable. The tabs at the top of this page will direct you to information about books, articles, streaming videos, and online resources. If you have any trouble finding these sources, please ask a librarian for help.
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