Racial Profiling

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), one of just two African Americans in the United States Senate, took to the Senate floor to explain how he experiences racism, even from police on Capitol Hill, while he wears his official pin.
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Miya Ponsetto became known as “SoHo Karen” after she was filmed accusing a Black teen of taking her phone. The phone was found later in an Uber.
The comedian said he was the only person of color in line when two plainclothes agents stopped him for a random drug search.
The Californian was released and told to stay away from musician Keyon Harrold and his son after falsely accusing the teen of stealing her phone.
The “CBS This Morning” host showed impressive patience with Miya Ponsetto, the "Soho Karen" who falsely accused a 14-year-old of stealing her phone.
Musician Keyon Harrold, who filmed the incident, said the woman tackled his son and tried to search his pockets. The woman later found her phone.
Leland Melvin said that flying a space shuttle was significantly less nerve-wracking than being racially profiled by the police.
Anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson used her platform on night two of the Republican National Convention to perpetuate false narratives about abortion and endorse sexist voting practices.
The company said it would oppose the use of technology "for mass surveillance, racial profiling" or the "violations of basic human rights and freedoms."