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Racial profiling is a practice that presents a great danger to the fundamental principles of our Constitution. Racial profiling disproportionately targets people of color for investigation and enforcement, alienating communities from law enforcement, hindering community policing efforts, and causing law enforcement to lose credibility and trust among the people they are sworn to protect and serve. We rely on the police to protect us from harm and to promote fairness and justice in our communities. The despicable practice of racial profiling, however, has led countless people to live in fear and created a system of law enforcement that casts entire communities as suspect.
Racial profiling continues to be a prevalent and egregious form of discrimination in the United States. This unjustifiable practice remains a stain on American democracy and an affront to the promise of racial equality. Since September 11, 2001, new forms of racial profiling have affected a growing number of people of color in the U.S., including members of Muslim, Arab, and South Asian communities. The Obama administration has inherited a shameful legacy of racial profiling codified in official FBI guidelines and a notorious registration program that treats Arabs and Muslims as suspects and denies them the presumption of innocence and equal protection under the law.
The Dr. Kim Show...Racial Profiling and Legal ethics in America! Today in the studio... it is the time for us, each in America, to change the world. We have the power within ourselves to do what must be done to make tomorrow a better day. I write these words as a call to all peoples to see themselves, find their personal light, and shine brightly. God did not create mankind for hate, destruction, and separation. God is now calling us, each of us, to inspire the change in the world that is needed. We must unite! We must stand together as one family! There is only one race…the HUMAN RACE!
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TONIGHT WE TALKIN ABOUT WHAT PEOPLE DONT LIKE TALKIN ABOUT.. RACIAL PROFILING, CURRENT EVENTS, WHATS GOIN ON IN THE WORLD TODAY.. SOME OF THIS SHIT GOTTA MAKE YOU MAD IJS... CALL IN AND GIVE US YOUR OPINION ON RACIAL PROFILING TEENAGE PREGNACY AND ANYTHING ELSE THAT GOES ON IN THIS CRAZY WORLD 347-857-4391 10 PM EST IS SHOW TIM
this broadcast is about racial profiling ,how some minorities get pull over for suspicion. This broadcast is also about mental health profiling as well as how the police departments in america can be train to deal with the african american community vice versa
Today on The Meter we focus on racial profiling. America has elected it's first black president but is racial profiling still a major problem? Particularly the case in FL where a black teen was killed by a volunteer neighborhood watchmen in a quiet gated community. We will talk about FL's Defend Your Ground Law and if it gives the go-ahead to some that deadly force is appropriate. Join the discussion at 10. Your input is essential.
How many times has this happened? How many people claim to be innocent who really are? What would have happened to this young man if that video tape had not come to light?
There are far too many incidences like this happening across this country and a lot of those people were not so lucky, if you consider this young man to be lucky. Why did these officers feel it was alright to beat this young man and put on a show by shouting before the camera?
Join us on Tuesday, February 25 at 8:00 and tell us what you think. Have you or someone you know gone through an experience like this? Call in and let's discuss it.
While Detroit made national news for an awful, horrendous mass shooting at an east side barber shop that left 3 people dead, the city was already dealing with another murder. Renisha McBride was fatally shot early Saturday morning November 2nd. The homeowner says that he accidentally shot the 19 year old woman as she asked for help. No arrest has been made and the community is outraged. Is this another case like Trayvon Martin? Call in this Tuesday at 8pm and comment on the HOT TOPIC : "Was Renisha McBride's Death Accidental or Racial profiling?" Call 760.283.4647 @ 8pm or click www.eblockradio.com
Sunday, August 4th at 9:00PM EST, special guests Kheri Hines, creator and host of "Center Stage" (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/centerstage) and Velton Tony Nix, creator of nonprofit "Enough is Enough" and host of "Enough is Enough" (http://eiesaveourchildren.wix.com/eiesoc) join the Juice Radio team as we assess the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman verdict, racial profiling in this counrty and gun laws.
Is it open-season on Black men in this country? What is the deal with racial profiling? Will we ever have reform on gun laws in this country? We will explore these questions and more....
Tune in.....join the discussion......BE THERE!!!!
Originally aired 11/2011
From Facing Race 2008's Plenary 3, held on Saturday, November 15. The Compact for Racial Justice offers concrete strategies and policy proposals to reverse racial disparities and move our society towards full equity, inclusion and dignity for all people. The Compact transcends talk of personal prejudice with compelling evidence of institutional racism and realistic proactive solutions. It seeks to engage a broad multiracial base of activists, opinion leaders and policymakers in making government and powerful institutions accountable for eliminating racial inequality in our schools, hospitals, courtrooms and workplaces.
Moderator: Tammy Johnson, Applied Research Center http://www.arc.org
Rinku Sen, Applied Research Center http://www.arc.org
LeeAnn Hall, Northwest Federation of Community Organizers http://nwfco.org/
John Jackson, Schott Foundation for Public Education http://www.schottfoundation.org
Andrea Batista Schlesinger, Drum Major Institute http://www.drummajorinstitute.org
Karin M. Wang, Asian Pacific American Legal Center http://www.apalc.org/
Rinku Sen: Locating Justice
How far can the law go to protect people from unfair treatment because of racial discrimination? Is it possible to legislate fairness and respect between people? Attorney Lewis Myers discusses some recent cases of racial profiling and the Civil Rights laws that are designed to protect citizens from abuse. Can we create laws that protect against racial profiling? How do we enforce a moral code of respect for all human beings? Is it just a matter of having a "conversation on race" as President Obama suggests? Or are there deeper issues of early indoctrination toward racism within our schools and religious institutions that must be eliminated from our culture?
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