Why is it so difficult to report on Latinos in the criminal justice system?

Photo: iStock"One way to address this chasm is for more Latinos to run the studies, collect the data and conduct interviews." (Photo: iStock)

Our Apr. 25 guest is Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, the founder and chief executive officer of Lantigua Williams & Co., an audio and film production company based in the Washington, D.C., area. We discuss her recent article: “Why more data is needed when reporting on Latinos in the criminal justice system.”

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