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Invisible Punishments: Causes And Collateral Consequences Of Racial Profiling and Incarceration In The United States

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Type: Working Paper
Author: Aryan, Ibrahim
Date: 2022
Series: Problems and Issues in Modern American Society(PIMAS)
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/10858
Sector: Social Organization
Abstract: "A paper on how incarceration and racial profiling negatively affect black Americans in the United States of America. This paper focuses on three main areas of collateral consequences: a restriction against public benefits, limited employment and pay, and loss of civil rights in both the prison system and when reentering society where the majority of these black incarcerated individuals were in poverty before incarceration."

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