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In the USA, the FBI states that 53% of homicides are perpetrated by Blacks. Over 90% of the Blacks who are killed, the perpetrator is Black. "Of the murder victims for whom race was known, 53.3 percent were Black or African American, 43.8 percent were White, and 2.8 percent were of other races. Race was unknown for 233 victims. " https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2018/crime-in-the-u.s.-2018/topic-pages/expanded-homicide In Canada, the racial breakdown for those accused of homicide is: 62% White 33 % Racialized 5 % Other/Unknown Race Stats Canada has data that shows 62% of those accused of homicide are white. White people make up about 73% of the total Canadian population and white males are the 4-6 ranked highest income earners behind Korean, Japanese, Chinese, tied with Arab and almost even with South Asians. 33% of all accused of homicide are racialized. Of the 33%, blacks represent 65% of the total of racialized homicides- accused. 5% of accused are unknown race. The data from stats can shows that Korean and Japanese are represented at a rate of zero for their racial groups with respect to accused for homicide. They, specifically Korean and Japanese males, are also the highest income earners in Canada by a large statistical margin. Korean males outearn whites at 1.54 to 1. Asians are 18% of the total Canadian population and make up 6 % of the incarceration rate. About 1% of the accused of homicide are Chinese: they were accused of 7 homicides out of 632 total homicides Collectively, Asians (Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Filipinos, and other Asian people) represent 18% of the total Canadian population and constitute very few of all accused of homicide. For all racialized accused of homicide which is 33% of total accused of homicide, Asians are represented thusly: Japanese= 0 Korean = 0 Chinese= 3 % Filipino = 3 % Blacks represent less than 4 % of the total Canadian population and are represented at 20% of the total of all accused of homicide. 127 of 632 accused were identified as Black. This is 20% of all those accused. 118 of the 632 are Black males. This is 19% of all accused of homicide. Black males make up less than 2% of the nation's population and are 19% of the nation's total accused for homicide. https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=3510020701 The countries with the highest homicide rates are mostly in the Carribean, Africa, and Latin/South America. https://www.theglobaleconomy.com/rankings/homicide_rate/