Parking tickets disproportionately affect People of Color because they are racist New data sheds light on the "parking while Black" phenomenon.

It has recently been uncovered what many of us have suspected all along. Parking tickets are racist.

A new study confirms that non-white people are much more likely to receive a parking ticket than white folks. That's because parking tickets have been historically used against people of color to prevent them from driving to white neighborhoods and parking to look around.

It's what one activist calls "parking while Black."

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