25% of the World's Criminals
From The 13TH
00:00 - 04:50
4m 50s

Looking into the prison system in the United States, statics reveals the nations history of how racially inequality is still prominent. We are also provided a breakdown of the 13th ammendment.


Please sign in to write a comment.

Related Clips

Explains when to use the Mean and Cumulative Distribution Geometric formulas.
Provides real life examples of how biased algorithms in big data can have serious effects; for example, how the "Compas" algorithm is used by courts to determine recidivism rates despite the possibility that the algorithm is racially discriminatory.
How degrees of freedom and effect size determine the usefulness of a statistical study.
In this scene, Charlie and Don realize that their mathematical model is wrong because they were focusing on the wrong factor (the home) as opposed to the right one (the criminal's workplace).
Explains how histograms are used, and gives an example.