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In the book The New Jim Crow By Michelle Alexander says that African Americans are being targeted by police enforcement When they are finally released from jailprison they are looked down on by society and are not able to vote or get a good paying job that would help them turn their life around and make it better There left with nothing to do even if they have made plans to turn there life around but as soon as they see that no one is helping them out they turn back to the things that got them in prison in the first place so they never get better Theyre also not allowed to vote or do other stuff Pretty much being kept as a slave with no rights but just in a different way They might as well stay in prison its not like when they get out its a free world there still looked down as criminals and do not have much rightsThis book is mostly her opinion and what she thinks is right she believes that african americans are the most being targeted because theres a high percentage of them in our prisons Its not that our police is mainly focusing on them because we have african american police enforcement and they arrest anyone who is committing a crime whether they are black white brown blue whatever color if they are doing wrong they are arrested Its just that they african americans are the highest percentage of race in our prisons so they feel like the world is attacking their race which is not true Since the past 30 years people going to prison for drug related crimes have increased massively The supreme court has made laws to where Police can arrest practically anyone They have come up with so many operations and techniques to lure drug dealers and put them out of work There are around half a million prisoners in
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