|As to what it is about, consider a passage in Michelle Alexander's book, 'The New Jim Crow,' in which she argues that 'what it means to be a criminal in our collective consciousness has become conflated with what it means to be black, so the term white criminal is confounding, while the term black criminal is nearly redundant.'
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