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El color de la justicia: La nueva segregación racial en Estados Unidos (Spanish Edition)

This book is about Michelle Alexander
In "El color de la justicia: La nueva segregación racial en Estados Unidos," Michelle Alexander exposes the stark realities of the U.S. criminal justice system as a modern form of racial control, echoing the segregationist policies of the past. Published on June 20, 2017, this compelling book has remained on the New York Times bestseller list for over two years, illustrating its impactful narrative and critical acclaim. Alexander argues that the War on Drugs has targeted Black men disproportionately, devastating communities of color and relegating millions to a permanent second-class status. The book reveals how this systemic issue extends significantly into the Hispanic-American community, with alarming statistics about arrests and incarceration. Esteemed scholars like Tom Romero praise the work as foundational for understanding contemporary racial injustices in immigration and detention. Ideal for adult education settings, this Spanish edition empowers Hispanic families affected by these injustices, providing them with essential insights into the racial dynamics shaping their lives and urging readers to reflect on the persistence of racial caste systems in America.
Published by The New Press on June 20, 2017
400 pages
ISBN: 9781620972748
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