Higher profits explain why there are more people of color in private prisons

By Joshua Holland, Moyers & Company
Saturday, February 8, 2014 9:27 EDT
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It’s well known that people of color are overrepresented in America’s prisons relative to their share of the population. But a recent study finds that they make up an even larger share of the populations of private, for-profit prisons than publicly…

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