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Criminal Blackman Myth
The term Criminal Blackman Myth was coined by Katheryn K. Russell. She states, "This is a stereotypical portrayal of black men as inherently more sinister, evil, and dangerous than their white counterparts. This myth results in frustration, crime, and alienation."
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