Racial Profiling: Everyday Inequality


Racial profiling-the use of race or ethnicity as grounds for suspecting someone of an offense-affects thousands of people on a daily basis. It takes many forms, from routine traffic stops to police violence. High-profile cases, such as the deaths of unarmed black men and boys at the hands of white police officers, have brought national attention to this issue and fuelled activism such as the Black Lives Matter movement. Rigorously researched text combines with powerful personal stories to explore this phenomenon of social injustice.

ISBN Number
9781512402681
Trim Size
6" x 9"
Binding Type
Library
Number of Pages
160
List Price
$38.56
30% Discount Price
$27.99
Author
Alison Marie Behnke
Publisher
Twenty-First Century Books
Copyright Date
2017
Dewey Number
363.2/308900973
Reading Level
YA
ATOS
9.6 (Quiz #188530)