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San Francisco police targeted only black residents in drug arrests, lawsuit asserts

ACLU says the arrests of 37 people for selling small amounts of drugs are part of a pattern of racial profiling in the department San Francisco police exclusively targeted black residents during undercover drug arrests as part of a pattern of racial profiling, according to a new lawsuit. Police in the California city, where merely 6% of the population is black, worked with federal authorities to arrest 37 people, all of whom were black, for selling small amounts of drugs, the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California said in…

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Oppression in America: ‘To root this out we need a motion against racist policies’

To root out racism, academics and activists say, talk of healing is not enough: the bias at the heart of American politics, policing and society must be addressed It seems as though every single day, the listing grows. Waiting in a coffee shop while black. Selling real estate while black. Moving in while black. Napping while black. Running out while black. about Ever since a Starbucks in the Philadelphia area came under national scrutiny for calling the police on two black men waiting for a business associate in one of…

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Persecution in America: ‘To root this out we need a movement against racist policies’

To root out racism, academics and activists tell, talk of healing is sufficient to: the bias at the core of American politics, policing and communities must be addressed It seems as though every day, the list grows. Waiting in a coffee shop while black. Selling real estate while black. Moving in while black. Napping while black. Running out while black. about Ever since a Starbucks in the Philadelphia area arrived under national scrutiny for calling the police on two black men waiting for a business associate in one of the…

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Persecution in America: ‘To root this out we need a movement against racist policies’

To root out racism, academics and activists tell, talk of healing is not enough: the bias at the heart of American politics, policing and society must be addressed It seems as though every single day, the list grows. Waiting in a coffee shop while black. Selling real estate while black. Moving in while black. Napping while black. Running out while black. about Ever since a Starbucks in the Philadelphia area arrived under national scrutiny for calling the police on two black humen waiting for a business associate in one of…

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