James Marquart

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Director of the Program in Criminology and Sociology at the University of Texas at Dallas

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States like Texas and Oklahoma long ago ended racial segregation in their prisons. Now it’s  California’s turn,  after the Supreme Court ordered change.

California Begins Desegregating a Crowded Prison Population

States like Texas and Oklahoma long ago ended racial segregation in their prisons. Now it’s California’s turn, after the Supreme Court ordered change.

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