Driving while black

[JURIST] The February 2003 issue of Criminology, the journal of the American Society of Criminology, will feature a new national study conducted by two professors at Ohio State University indicating that African Americans who are stopped for traffic violations are less likely than whites to believe the police had a legitimate reason to stop them, and more likely to believe they were mistreated. Details from Ohio State University, via Ascribe.

 

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