"Is this representative of what happens to so many other people?" said a criminal justice reform advocate. "In many ways, no."
"Differences in home and neighborhood quality do not fully explain the devaluation of homes in black neighborhoods."
Bush’s tough-on-crime stance in his 1988 campaign has been cited by historians as helping to drive decades of politics low on justice or equity.
The school's founders delivered a “slick sales pitch” that played on racial stereotypes, said a professor who researches college admissions.
Nearly 65 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ordered all of the nation’s schools to integrate, effective segregation remains in the public schools which educate about 90 percent of the nation’s students.
Laura Wooten, who hasn't missed an election in 79 years, is believed to be the nation’s longest continuously serving election worker.
“What you see Trump and Rick Scott and other Republicans doing here is counting on the power of racism to serve as fact," said an Emory University professor.