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COLOR MATTERS: Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice in Uncertain Times

  • Ruth D. Peterson (a1), Lauren J. Krivo (a2) and Katheryn Russell-Brown (a3)
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*Corresponding author: Ruth D. Peterson, Department of Sociology, Ohio State University, 238 Townshend Hall, 1885 Neil Ave., Columbus, OH 43210. E-mail: peterson.5@osu.edu

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