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According to statistics, minorities are more likely to end up in prison

“It is statistically proven that people who are in prison, for the most part, are racialized,” says Janvieve Williams Comrie, executive director of Afroresistance. She is a social worker and human rights defender, dedicated to shining a light on injustices and discrimination against this prison minorities.

According to statistics, minorities are more likely to end up in prison

“It is statistically proven that people who are in prison, for the most part, are racialized,” says Janvieve Williams Comrie, executive director of Afroresistance. She is a social worker and human rights defender, dedicated to shining a light on injustices and discrimination against this prison minorities.

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