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WMF // Fuck The Judge MIX TAPE

WMF // Fuck The Judge MIX TAPE

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We have received various works from World Mixtape Federation / Tape Gang, a hip-hop mixtape label based in Berlin, Germany.

This is a cassette released by DJ TMP and FT JUDGE in 2022, limited to 50 copies. It is a 90-minute mix of Memphis and Vonk.

Each song is recorded in real time. Stickers included.

*Please feel free to contact us as we will send you the digital sound source free of charge.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Black people have long outnumbered white people in American prisons, but new data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that the gap has been steadily narrowing over the past decade, driven by a large decline in the number of black inmates.

Reducing racial and ethnic disparities in the U.S. prison population: At the end of 2017, there were approximately 475,900 black inmates and 436,500 white inmates in U.S. federal and state prisons, a difference of 39,400 inmates. Ten years earlier, there were 10 black inmates and 592,900 white inmates, a difference of 499,800 inmates.

(The narrowing of the black-white incarceration gap between 2007 and 2017 was due to a 20% decline in the black prison population, outpacing a 13% decline in the white prison population.

The gap between white and Hispanic inmates also narrowed between 2007 and 2017, but not because of a decline in the number of Hispanic inmates. Rather, the number of white inmates fell while the number of Hispanic inmates increased slightly. As of the end of 2017, there were 10 more white inmates than Hispanic inmates (43 vs. 6500), down from a gap of 33 in 6500 (2007 white inmates vs. 16 Hispanic inmates).

Overall, the U.S. prison population at the end of 2017 was 1,439,808, about 2007 percent lower than the 1,532,851 at the end of 6. In addition to black, white, and Hispanic inmates, the figure includes inmates of other races and inmates of mixed races and ethnicities. This figure counts only inmates held in federal and state correctional facilities, including those held in private prisons under government contract, and excludes most inmates held in locally operated prisons."

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more World Mixtape Federation releases available at Tobira.

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Ask us for digital files. C90 cassette in norelco case. Edition of 50.
Memphis phonk.

tracklist:

1. TMP - FUCK THE JUDGE (A-Side) 44:26
2. FT JUDGE - Sliced ​​´n Shredded 44:27

World Mixtape Federation:

"Blacks have long outnumbered whites in U.S. prisons. But a significant decline in the number of black prisoners has steadily narrowed the gap over the past decade, according to new data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Racial and ethnic gaps shrink in US prison populationAt the end of 2017, federal and state prisons in the United States held about 475,900 inmates who were black and 436,500 who were white – a difference of 39,400, according to BJS. Ten years earlier, there were 592,900 black and 499,800 white prisoners – a difference of 93,100.

(This analysis counts only inmates sentenced to more than a year.) The decline in the black-white gap between 2007 and 2017 was driven by a 20% decrease in the number of black inmates, which outpaced a 13% decrease in the number of white inmates.

The gap between white and Hispanic imprisonment also narrowed between 2007 and 2017, but not because of a decrease in Hispanic prisoners. Instead, the number of white prisoners fell while the number of Hispanic inmates increased slightly. At the end of 2017, there were 100,000 more white inmates than Hispanic inmates (436,500 vs. 336,500), down from an inmate difference of 169,400 in 2007 (499,800 white inmates vs. 330,400 Hispanic inmates).

Overall, there were 1,439,808 sentenced prisoners in the US at the end of 2017, or about 6% fewer than the 1,532,851 at the end of 2007. Apart from blacks, whites and Hispanics, these totals include inmates from other races and those from mixed racial and ethnic backgrounds. The figures only count people in federal and state correctional facilities, including those held in privately run prisons that contract with the government; they exclude most inmates held in locally run jails.
"

Artist: WMF

Label: World Mixtape Federation / Tape Gang

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We have received various works from World Mixtape Federation / Tape Gang, a hip-hop mixtape label based in Berlin, Germany.

This is a cassette released by DJ TMP and FT JUDGE in 2022, limited to 50 copies. It is a 90-minute mix of Memphis and Vonk.

Each song is recorded in real time. Stickers included.

*Please feel free to contact us as we will send you the digital sound source free of charge.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Black people have long outnumbered white people in American prisons, but new data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that the gap has been steadily narrowing over the past decade, driven by a large decline in the number of black inmates.

Reducing racial and ethnic disparities in the U.S. prison population: At the end of 2017, there were approximately 475,900 black inmates and 436,500 white inmates in U.S. federal and state prisons, a difference of 39,400 inmates. Ten years earlier, there were 10 black inmates and 592,900 white inmates, a difference of 499,800 inmates.

(The narrowing of the black-white incarceration gap between 2007 and 2017 was due to a 20% decline in the black prison population, outpacing a 13% decline in the white prison population.

The gap between white and Hispanic inmates also narrowed between 2007 and 2017, but not because of a decline in the number of Hispanic inmates. Rather, the number of white inmates fell while the number of Hispanic inmates increased slightly. As of the end of 2017, there were 10 more white inmates than Hispanic inmates (43 vs. 6500), down from a gap of 33 in 6500 (2007 white inmates vs. 16 Hispanic inmates).

Overall, the U.S. prison population at the end of 2017 was 1,439,808, about 2007 percent lower than the 1,532,851 at the end of 6. In addition to black, white, and Hispanic inmates, the figure includes inmates of other races and inmates of mixed races and ethnicities. This figure counts only inmates held in federal and state correctional facilities, including those held in private prisons under government contract, and excludes most inmates held in locally operated prisons."

GANGZEICHEN · WMF - FUCK THE JUDGE (A-Side)

GANGZEICHEN · WMF - FUCK THE JUDGE (Sliced ​​´n Shredded Side)

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more World Mixtape Federation releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

Ask us for digital files. C90 cassette in norelco case. Edition of 50.
Memphis phonk.

tracklist:

1. TMP - FUCK THE JUDGE (A-Side) 44:26
2. FT JUDGE - Sliced ​​´n Shredded 44:27

World Mixtape Federation:

"Blacks have long outnumbered whites in U.S. prisons. But a significant decline in the number of black prisoners has steadily narrowed the gap over the past decade, according to new data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Racial and ethnic gaps shrink in US prison populationAt the end of 2017, federal and state prisons in the United States held about 475,900 inmates who were black and 436,500 who were white – a difference of 39,400, according to BJS. Ten years earlier, there were 592,900 black and 499,800 white prisoners – a difference of 93,100.

(This analysis counts only inmates sentenced to more than a year.) The decline in the black-white gap between 2007 and 2017 was driven by a 20% decrease in the number of black inmates, which outpaced a 13% decrease in the number of white inmates.

The gap between white and Hispanic imprisonment also narrowed between 2007 and 2017, but not because of a decrease in Hispanic prisoners. Instead, the number of white prisoners fell while the number of Hispanic inmates increased slightly. At the end of 2017, there were 100,000 more white inmates than Hispanic inmates (436,500 vs. 336,500), down from an inmate difference of 169,400 in 2007 (499,800 white inmates vs. 330,400 Hispanic inmates).

Overall, there were 1,439,808 sentenced prisoners in the US at the end of 2017, or about 6% fewer than the 1,532,851 at the end of 2007. Apart from blacks, whites and Hispanics, these totals include inmates from other races and those from mixed racial and ethnic backgrounds. The figures only count people in federal and state correctional facilities, including those held in privately run prisons that contract with the government; they exclude most inmates held in locally run jails.
"

Artist: WMF

Label: World Mixtape Federation / Tape Gang