KarmaPolice

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the difference is judging by his re-action he thinks I was racially profiling him.



@Spartan
, hopefully youre just not conveying your own story well because in this sentence you actually make him the ‘bad guy’

Its thta “he thinks he being racially profiled” not that he was.

Certainly willing to accept that you were NOT profiling him BUT FOR THE LOVE OF GOD why would a black man think he was being profiled???????????????????

because black people are profiled individually and SYSTEMICALLY . .

“The beginning of 2019 marked 22 years since the introduction of the first piece of proposed legislation on racial profiling: the Traffic Stops Statistics Act of 1997, H.R. 118. Passed unanimously by the US House of Representatives in March 1998, this bill constituted the first attempt by any legislative body to come to grips with what had become known as “racial profiling”: the police practice of stopping black and brown drivers in disproportionate numbers for traffic infractions, in attempts to investigate other crimes for which the police had no evidence. The tactic, used to target drug interdiction evidence on highways and interstates across the country, had existed for years. But it had come to wider public knowledge in the early and middle 1990s with the filings of legal actions against the New Jersey and Maryland state police forces.”