Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Stanford Research: Black and Latino Drivers More Likely to be Arrested on Less Evidence

More than 20 million Americans are stopped annually for traffic violations; Stanford researchers found that Black and Latino drivers face a double standard when compared to their white counterparts. The findings come from an analysis of more than 60 million state police stops in 20 states between 2011 and 2015. “When we applied the threshold […]

LIN@R Launches First Latino-Focused Research Center

The Latino Information Network at Rutgers University (LIN@R) launched a Latino-focused research center and think-tank today that will provide original research, analysis, and commentary on cultural, social, educational, political, and economic aspects affecting the Latino community. This research center, a project launched in partnership with AT&T, is the first of its kind, and will focus […]