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  • Cameron Parker

    In New York blacks make up for the highest amount of people pulled over by group. This isn't just in New York but around the country.

  • carolyn Broadbelt

    A  judge has upheld a law that was approved by the New York City Council last year, which will make it easier for citizens to sue police officers for racial profiling. State Supreme Court Justine Anil Singh released a decision on Wednesday that will keep the Community Safety Act in tact. The legislation serves as …

  • Tony Palermini

    A census taken in 2010 shows the percentage of races in the population of New York. The blue shadows indicate the percentage of those people who are stopped and frisked by police officers in 2011. Seems for how much smaller the Black population is in New York they are getting stopped a lot more than white people due to racial profiling.

  • Sentencing Advisory Council Victoria

    Communities of color are the targets of the NYPD's #stopandfrisk policy. Image by creative go-round | NYCLU

  • Kristen Eubanks

    this gives yo an idea of how bad Racial profiling is in NYC. It exists.

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