Capital Punishment and the Racial Execution of Justice

Joel Edward Goza
Jul 7, 2019 - 5:00
Capital Punishment and the Racial Execution of Justice

[caption id="attachment_85626" align="alignnone" width="510"] Guard releases handcuffs on prisoner (Shutterstock)[/caption] Wendell Griffen, an African American judge from Arkansas, is battling what he refers to as the state’s “white power structure.” The case centers on Griffen’s struggle to regain his right to oversee capital punishment cases.In 2017, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchison planned to end the...

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  1. Articles like these are the reason i have subscribed.
    -Thanks for not just giving top level information we find in all tabloids but going beyond the surface and doing investigative journalism providing more in-depth statistics to paint a clearer picture of inequality

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