By Floyd Weatherspoon
African-American men and the U.S. Justice procedure of Marginalization offers an summary of the commercial and social prestige of African-American men in the USA, which maintains to go to pot at an alarming expense. Weatherspoon posits that during each American institutional approach, from beginning to demise, the adventure of African-American men to accomplish racial justice and fairness during this nation is neglected, marginalized, and exploited. the yank justice method, specifically, has approved and occasionally sanctioned the marginalization of African-American men as complete electorate. Weatherspoon examines the concept African-American men are disproportionately represented in each point of the legal justice approach, and that the marginalization of African-American men in the US has an extended and treacherous background that keeps to negatively influence their monetary, political, and social prestige.
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An officer, for example, may use a state car seat belt law as a pretext to stop African-American males who may not use seat belts to the extent of white motorists. Officers also cite the failure to signal when changing lanes, or following too closely, or no reflector on a bike as a basis for a stop, and ultimately a search. Incidents of racial profiling of African-American men continue to be reported, as law enforcement officials exercise their authority to stop and search law-abiding African-American male motorists in a discriminatory manner.
85 There is also some evidence that the controversial “stop and frisk” law of New York primarily targets young African-American males. Specifically, the New York Civil Liberties Union reported that in 2010, the enforcement of the City’s stop-and-frisk program resulted in more than 700,000 individuals being stopped and frisked by the New York Police Department. S. Justice System of Marginalization and Latino males were disproportionately stopped in 2011. Specifically the report found that: Young black and Latino males were the targets of a hugely disproportionate number of stops in 2011.
The survey revealed that African-Americans were twice as likely as white drivers to receive a traffic ticket. 84 In San Diego, a study of the Police Department revealed that African-Americans and Hispanics were more likely than whites, and Asian-Americans to be stopped. In Suffolk County, New York, as part of an investigative report, a white motorist and a black motorist were sent to travel throughout the county. ”85 There is also some evidence that the controversial “stop and frisk” law of New York primarily targets young African-American males.