In the decade starting in 2000 and ending in 2010, the incarceration rate for African Americans dropped, according to a new report released by the Sentencing Project, a prison research and advocacy group based in Washington, DC. Read more in The New York Times story “Incarceration Rates for Blacks Have Fallen Sharply, Report Shows“.
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