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Race-Ethnicity and Crime-Justice: A Proposal for Improving Our Understanding of this Relationship | Schulman Lecture

On October 12, 2016, the Institute on Race and Justice held its first David B. Schulman Lecture titled "Race-Ethnicity and Crime-Justice: A Proposal for Improving Our Understanding of this Relationship." The event featured Dr. Ruth Peterson, Emeritus Professor at the Ohio State University and President of the American Society of Criminology.

Race-Ethnicity and Crime-Justice: A Proposal for Improving Our Understanding of this Relationship (First Schulman Lecture)

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