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Equitable sentencing can mitigate anti-Black racism in Canada's justice system

By Ardavan Eizadirad, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Wilfrid Laurier University
Gregory Leslie, Master's student, School of Social Work, University of Waterloo
Black people continue to be overrepresented at all levels of the Canadian justice system. According to the Correctional Service of Canada, nine per cent of offenders in custody were Black in 2020-2021, despite only representing about four per cent of Canada’s population.

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