'KIDDIE RACIAL PROFILING': The 'Schools to Prisons' Pipeline

Loving, Lisa
February 2012
Skanner (Seattle, WA & Portland, OR Combined Edition);2/22/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p1
The article focuses on the impact of excessive suspension and expulsion focused on Black students in Portland, Oregon. It focuses on the high rate of classroom dismissal of Black students throughout the K-12 system. It mentions that African American school kids experience suspension or expulsion throughout Multnomah County.


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