Canada’s Inequality Story: Racial Injustice and Young Black Men
Racialized youth are highly overrepresented in the Canadian juvenile justice system. This study, designed to investigate the persistence of biases within the justice system, gathers information from young African-Canadian adults 19–26 from the Greater Toronto Area (Canada). Racial stereotyping and anti-Black racism are constant and communities mistrust the police. Results suggest that institutional and systemic forms of discrimination contribute to the criminalization of minority youth.
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