Nalya Rodriguez

“When we look at data that is looking at the skin color differences in people that are arrested and incarcerated, there is also bias in the type of people that are being incarcerated, the types of sentences people are getting based off of their skin color,” says Nalya Rodriguez, a sociology doctoral candidate at the University of California, Irvine ….
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