Deborah Ramirez

Northeastern University School of Law

Guest

Professor of Criminal Justice at the Northeastern University School of Law; former Assistant US Attorney in Boston, Massachusetts

Deborah Ramirez on KCRW

The full story of the  Trayvon Martin case  may never be known, but it's raising important questions about America's justice system.

Racial Bias and America's Mass Incarceration

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New facts are emerging in the  case of Trayvon Martin , and the full story may never be known. But important questions are being raised about America's justice system.

Racial Bias and America's Mass Incarceration

New facts are emerging in the case of Trayvon Martin , and the full story may never be known. But important questions are being raised about America's justice system.

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