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In-text: (Anonymous, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Anonymous, 2002. Study compares number of blacks in prisons, higher education. [online] ProQuest. Available at: <https://search-proquest-com.prx-herzing.lirn.net/criminaljusticeperiodicals/docview/194202941/abstract/EF236434650A44E4PQ/1?accountid=167104> [Accessed 11 June 2018].
In-text: (Robert, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Robert, J., 2000. American prisons and the African-American experience: A history of social control and racial oppression. [online] ProQuest. Available at: <https://search-proquest-com.prx-herzing.lirn.net/criminaljusticeperiodicals/docview/211791109/3CC5E8AB78434B4CPQ/3?accountid=167104#center> [Accessed 11 June 2018].
America's expanding prison, probation, and parole populations are recruited especially from what leading slavery reparations advocate Randall Robinson calls "the millions of African-Americans bottom-mired in urban hells by the savage time-release social debilitations of American slavery."
In-text: (Street, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Street, P., 2001. Color Blind: Prisons and the New American Racism. [online] ProQuest. Available at: <https://prx-herzing.lirn.net/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.prx-herzing.lirn.net/docview/227267188?accountid=167104> [Accessed 11 June 2018].
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