Racial Profiling

U.S. News
Mohamed Khairullah says Customs and Border Protection agents held him for three hours and confiscated his phone for nearly two weeks.
U.S. News
A black man proposing to his girlfriend at the upstate New York brewery was interrupted by white security guards accusing him of stealing, the bride-to-be said.
Entertainment
The "Rogue One" actor said racial profiling by Homeland Security was why he couldn't go to Chicago's "Star Wars Celebration."
U.S. News
A teacher accused staffers at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts of racially profiling her students during a field trip.
Business
The makeup retailer’s effort is well-intentioned, but research shows the effectiveness of diversity training is mixed.
Videos
Sephora will close more than 400 stores for inclusion workshops after singer SZA said she was racially profiled at one of the beauty retailer’s locations.
Entertainment
The beauty retailer will close more than 400 stores Wednesday for inclusion workshops as part of its new campaign, "We Belong to Something Beautiful."
U.S. News
A Dorchester, Massachusetts, teacher said her students were monitored excessively and told they couldn't bring watermelon into the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Black Voices
“You don’t know my name, so how can you tell me I have a warrant in Louisiana?” a Houston man asked an officer in a now viral-video.
Crime
Chicago's inspector general, Joe Ferguson, released a report Thursday highlighting concerns with the police's so-called "gang database."
Entertainment
"I'm ignorant to a lot of s**t," the "Rel" actress said in her second attempt at an apology.
Crime
Vallejo police said six officers shot 20-year-old Willie McCoy "multiple" times after the man "suddenly" awakened and reached for a gun in his lap.
Black Voices
"I asked him what we did, and he was like, ‘We’ve had problems with people like you before,’” one teen said.
Black Voices
Jermaine Massey, who filmed parts of the ordeal, says he was a victim of racial profiling in Oregon.
Black Voices
The bank referred to the incident as an "extremely unfortunate event."
HuffPost Personal
Was he insinuating something because of my dark complexion and ringlets of black hair?
Black Voices
Samir Ahmed believes "without a doubt" that he was the victim of racial profiling by the Montgomery County Police Department.
Black Voices
After seeing her license, attendants were still skeptical she could aid another passenger, Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford said.
U.S. News
But Jeremiah Harvey now forgives the woman, who has been dubbed "Cornerstore Caroline."
Asian Voices
“It is irresponsible to categorize an entire country of people en masse as spies,” said Rep. Judy Chu.