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CJMA 523 Race and Crime (3 credits)
Examines the controversies between race and crime in America, now and in the past, and discusses competing definitions of race, crime, and violence. Students will investigate the legacy of slavery and the impact of restrictive immigration laws in deconstructing such differential correctional practices as sentencing disparities and disproportionate minority confinement.