Separate but Equal Justice Under Law

"I don't see race. People tell me I'm white, and I believe them, because–like Lady Liberty and Uncle Sam–I'm frequently used to symbolize a cherished, social institution which disproportionately favors white people."

The entire justice system in the U.S., and not just the police, is still racially-biased against darker-skinned minorities; almost as if one of the things “Justice” measures, when determining the guilt or innocence of the accused, is how white that person is.

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