Black security doors could be on the horizon for 2017, according to security experts who predict the lock will be a hot commodity in 2017.
Black security doors, or “doors of opportunity” for the black community, have been on the market since at least 2010.
Black communities in the United States, as well as Canada and the United Kingdom, have faced some of the most dramatic declines in property crime rates of any ethnic group in recent decades, with a reduction in murders and other violent crime rates.
While the Black Lives Matter movement is often credited with bringing about the resurgence of black crime in America, a number of studies have pointed to the Black community as being particularly susceptible to being targeted.
Black people account for nearly 15 percent of the U.S. population, but account for almost two-thirds of all violent crimes.
This statistic, along with the racial wealth gap, has been one of the main reasons why the Black-white disparity in crime rates has been on an upward trajectory for decades.
While Black people have historically had access to more housing than white people, Black communities are still underrepresented in higher education and the labor market.
Black Americans are nearly twice as likely to be incarcerated as white Americans, with blacks incarcerated at a rate nearly five times higher than white Americans.
Black people in the U: 3.7 percent, compared to 1.1 percent for white people.
Black men account for one-third of all women incarcerated, compared with one-fourth of white women.
Black and white men are disproportionately impacted by the criminal justice system, with Black men at a higher rate than white men in prison, and nearly half of Black men who are incarcerated are white.