Behind bars : Latino/as and prison in the United States by Suzanne Oboler; Palgrave Connect (Online service)

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Martínez, Elizabeth. 1993. Beyond black/white: The racisms of our time. Social Justice 20 (1–2): 22–34. Mauer, Marc. 1999. Race to incarcerate. New York: The New Press. Mauer, Marc, Cathy Potler, and Richard Wolf. 1999. Gender and justice: Women, drugs, and sentencing policy. : The Sentencing Project. McWilliams, Carey. 1948/1990. North from Mexico: The Spanish-speaking people of the United States. New York: Praeger. Méndez-Méndez, Serafín, and Diana Alverio. 2003. Network brownout 2003: The portrayal of Latinos in network television news, 2002.

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S. states. gov/servlet/MetadataBrowserServlet? 4. The 1855 “Greaser Act was codified in the Act of April 30, 1855, ch. 175, § 2, 1855, Cal. Stat. 217 (quoted in Haney López 1996, 145). 5. The Mendez v. Westminster School District of Orange County decision can be found in 64 F. Supp. D. Cal. 2d. 774 (9th Cir. 1947). 6. , immigration and weapons violations) (Beck and Harrison 2001, 12, table 19). 7. Walker et al. (2004, 4) support this claim based on data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics (2000).

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