What can be done to expose and challenge racial bias in the system if the supreme court won't addres

The New Jim Crow (Ch 3) the author explains that the U.S supreme court has made it virtually impossible to challenge racial bias in the courts at any stage of the criminal justice process, from stops and searches, to plea bargaining and sentencing. In some ways, this situation is reminiscent of Plessy v. Ferguson, which embraces the "separate but equal" doctrine and protected the old Jim Crow regime from the legal challenge.
What can be done to expose and challenge racial bias in the system if the supreme court won't address it? Can the strategies of earlier movement be a guide, or are new approaches necessary?
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Asked Oct 13, 2016

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