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  • The extreme overrepresentation of people of color, the disproportionate sentencing of racial minorities, the targeted prosecution of drug crimes in poor communities, the criminalization of new immigrants and undocumented people, the collateral consequences of voter disenfranchisement, and the barriers to re-entry can only be fully understood through the lens of our racial history.†   (source)
  • If commerce increasingly forces people to talk to computers, will they be as disenfranchised, left out of the new economy, as many are now when they speak the "unnecessary" dialects of America?†   (source)
  • Claims that English is the key to an understanding of American ideals are balanced against warnings that voters will be disenfranchised and the public safety endangered by restrictions on government use of languages other than English.†   (source)
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