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Cory Booker Releases Confidential Documents During Kavanaugh Hearing
Hawaii's Sen. Mazie Hirono followed Booker's threat to publish formerly confidential documents with her own release during the third day of hearings.
Santa Fe Store Clerk Calls Officers On Man Because He's 'Arrogant' And 'Black'
“I understood that racism in America never truly died,” the man said of the experience.
Company Fires White Man Who Called Cops On Black Woman Using Pool
The woman called it "a classic case of racial profiling."
Cops Held These Unarmed Black Men At Gunpoint Over A False Robbery Call
Two men were shopping at a T-Mobile store when cops received a 911 call falsely claiming the store was being robbed.
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Toronto Principal Faces Resignation Calls After Making A List Of Black Students
Students and their parents accused Peggy Aitchison of racial profiling.
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People Questioned, Filmed And Called The Police On Black Oakland Firefighter
Kevin Moore was in uniform, with a clipboard and fire truck during a routine inspection. Residents called 911 and videotaped him.
Black Woman Says She Was Forced To Expose Herself At Target To Prove She Didn't Steal
The retailer apologized for the incident this week and said it had fired one of the employees involved.
Cops Accused Of Racism After Detaining Black Man Over 'Vegetation'
"If you want to see a video of racial profiling, this is the poster child right here," an attorney said.
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______ While Black: Have You Been Profiled? Share Your Story.
Black people in America have had to justify our existence in places we’ve had the right to be simply because others rejected us.
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College Apologizes To Native American Brothers Detained After Joining Campus Tour
"They're walking on their own ancestors' land; it breaks my heart," says the teens' mom. They were pulled aside by campus cops when a "nervous" parent called 911.
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Cops Called On Black Former White House Staffer As He Moves Into New Apartment
“Can’t go nowhere without the cops following me,” said Darren Martin after police received a call about someone “trying to break into the door.”
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U.S. Court Upholds Most Of Texas Law To Punish 'Sanctuary Cities'
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Plaintiffs contend the law could lead to racial profiling and divert resources from local police.
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Motel 6 Gave Guest Info To Immigration Agents, Washington State Attorney General Alleges
Some of the hotel chain's Arizona locations also gave information to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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NYC Crime Hits Historic Low, Defying Dire Predictions About End Of Stop And Frisk
The falling crime rate has led some defenders of the controversial policy to admit they were wrong.
Motel 6 Admits Arizona Sites Were Reporting Guests To ICE Without Chain's Approval
Motel employees were handing ICE agents their guest lists on a regular basis, the Phoenix New Times reports.
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Joe Arpaio Says He'll Never Apologize For Racially Profiling Latinos
“An apology for doing my job? That would never happen,” the pardoned former sheriff tells Univision News.
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Group Founded By Obama Administration Alumni Says Joe Arpaio Pardon Was Unconstitutional
They also asked the court to appoint an attorney to argue against the former sheriff -- since the Trump administration won't.
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Police Dispute Michael Bennett's Claims Of Racial Profiling, Brutality
"I see no evidence that race played any role in this incident," a police official said.
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Trump Defends Pardoning Joe Arpaio During Hurricane, Saying He Did It For 'The Ratings'
Trump also claims it was a popular decision despite criticism from GOP leaders.
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Trump Pardons Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Who Illegally Targeted Latinos
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The self-declared "law and order" president backs a man who defied a court order.
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