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It's been 3 years and I still have an awaiting trial. Because the way I dress, my tattoos, and being in the wrong place at the wrong time got me here.
40% of students that get expelled from school are black 68% of all males don't have a diploma in jail 70% of students involved in in-school arrest are black and Latino http://www.pbs.org/wnet/tavissmiley/tsr/ education-under-arrest/school-to-prison -pipeline-fact-sheet/
Research states that most people that are incarcerated can not afford bail. I've been also researching some ways we can prevent this business from growing.
Changing the system has become a big problem for the community and public schools because they don't want to get rid of standardized test.
For most students, the pipeline begins with inadequate resources in public schools. Overcrowded classrooms, a lack of qualified teachers, and insufficient funding for "extras" such as counselors, special education services, and even textbooks, lock students into second-rate educational environments
I hope one day I will have the justice that I deserve and not be judged for the way I look or my skin color
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