Being black in America's arrest capital
Gretna, Louisiana, has an unusual distinction: It’s where you are most likely to be arrested in the U.S., according to FBI statistics. But that burden falls disproportionately on minorities in a city once rocked by the civil rights movement. As one veteran of that era told Fusion, “It hasn’t changed. You just put another coat of paint on it.”
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