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Reducing Racial Disparity
Thinking About Corrections


The Sentencing Project today announced publication of a new edition of Reducing Racial Disparity in the Criminal Justice System:  A Manual for Practitioners and Policymakers.  Per the Sentencing Project's announcement, "The publication provides insight into how racial disparities develop in the criminal justice system, and workable solutions to address and reduce disparities.  The manual provides strategies for addressing disparities at each stage of the system, as well as 17 'best practices' illustrating practitioner approaches for enhancing fairness."

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