The court ruling which make it legal for an African-Americans (and other minorities) to be tried by all-white juries have proven over time to be nothing but an illegal racially discriminatory practice and procedure which has caused grave injustice to people of color for decades. If not repealed, Batson will continue to have its devastating and destructive effects over the lives of people of color by depriving them their constitutional right to a fair and impartial jury system under guise of judicial process. Indeed, in America, a country designated as the melting pot, with its many different types of people, ideas, religions, etc. existing together, racial diversity on juries would unquestionably improve a jury’s ability to assess witness testimony, evaluate cross-racial situations, avoid unfounded presumptions, and permit a fair outcome in both criminal and civil proceedings. Equally important, racial diversity on juries would improve public confidence on part of African-Americans (and other minorities) in our American Jury System.