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ANALYSIS OF HOW PRO SE STATUS VARIES BY RACE & SEX

42.13%
Meaning: In Florida, 42% of pro se civil rights litigants are black females (DOAH) Context: only 9% of Florida's population is black female (estimate) (census.gov) Takeaway: rules which treat pro se litigants differently will disproportionately impact black women/girls Note: these numbers are exactly the same for black males (compare Table B with Table C)
Table A
Pro Se Status by Race-&-Sex
Race-Sex Pro Se Rep'd Total %
asian-female1361932%
asian-male63933%
black-female31612043628%
black-male31612343928%
indian-female11250%
indian-male4040%
white-female45267137%
white-male49318039%
Table B
Pro Se Status for Black Females
Race-Sex Pro Se Rep'd Total %
non-black-female43419062430%
black-female31612043628%
Table C
Pro Se Status for Black Males
Race-Sex Pro Se Rep'd Total %
non-blackmale43418762130%
blackmale31612343928%

Notes

  • "All" signifies every civil rights litigant who identified (a) his/her age; and (b) his/her gender.
    • (sum of Table A's "Total" column)
  • Data Source: public records from DOAH's civil rights cases (see raw data)
  • Primary Analysis #1: a disproportionately large percentage of pro se litigants are black females (42% = 316/750).
  • Primary Analysis #2: an equally disproportionately large percentage of pro se litigants are black males (42% = 316/750).
  • Secondary Analysis #1: black females:
    1. seek relief [from civil rights abuses] more often than non-black-females; and
    2. receive significantly less assistance.

    Therefore, they represent a substantially high amount of pro se civil rights litigants.

    see "Table B" from above
  • Secondary Analysis #2: black males:
    1. seek relief [from civil rights abuses] more often than non-black-males; and
    2. receive significantly less assistance.

    Therefore, they represent a substantially high amount of pro se civil rights litigants.

    see "Table C" from above
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