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URBAN TALK RADIO “A look at Arresting Patterns”
Aired on September 9, 2015 10am-11am EDT 103.5FM WNHH-LP
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January 10, 2014, The O’Reilly Factor,” The study examined data from 1997 to 2008 by four American criminal justice professors reviled that nearly half of all black males under the age of 23 have been arrested in the U.S.A. And nearly 40 of white males in that age group have been arrested as well.
Ferguson’s- The Justice Department examination found that black citizens, who make up about 67 percent of the city’s 21,000 residents, were subject to 85 percent of traffic stops, and 93 percent of all arrests from 2012 to 2014.
The burden of this misguided court operation fell disproportionately on the town’s poorest citizens, many of whom fell into massive debt, lost their drivers licenses, could not keep a job, or ended up behind bars, investigators found.
As of December 2014, 16,000 of the 21,000 people (76%) had outstanding arrest warrants issued by the Ferguson Municipal Court, most of them for minor violations such as parking and traffic infractions.
In May of 2015, Times Magazine reported that Black residents in Minneapolis are 8.7 times more likely than whites to get arrested for low-level offenses, according to a new ACLU report-

Studio Guests:
Helen Kauder, Executive Director, Artspace in New Haven. In 1998, She Co-founded City-Wide Open Studios (CWOS).
Ruby Gonzalez, a young artist and Artspace apprentice who was part of the Jerome Project.

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