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HOW DO INCARCERATED PARENTS EXPLAIN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM TO THEIR CHILDREN?: NARRATIVES OF STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY AND INDIVIDUAL AUTONOMY (2020)In the age of mass incarceration, over five million children have experienced parental incarceration. Children with incarcerated parents are more likely to experience criminal justice system contact, educational difficulties, ...
RACIAL INJURY OF GRADUATE STUDENTS OF COLOR AT MAJORITY WHITE UNIVERSITIES IN THE ERA OF POSTRACIALISM (2017)Colorblind ideology is the process by which race is considered a nonfactor in interpersonal interactions as well as in political and social processes. Meritocracy is the idea that individual talents and abilities, not race, ...