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How Black Lives Are Undervalued

It is official policy in America

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As a law school student, I interned at the D.C. Parole Board. I spent the entire summer of my internship sifting through files of Black men who had been denied parole. A lawsuit had been filed and was successful in casting doubt on the process of parole.




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