profiling

“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.
Several Asian-American legislators consider the decision a huge victory.
These anti-prostitution efforts cast nets so wide that many of us can become entangled and incriminated.
Wray has received immense backlash from Asian-American civil rights organizations for his comments about "the China threat."
I'm an unabashed supporter of Black Lives Matter. And I was fairly disgusted by the Minneapolis cops who walked out because the Minnesota Lynx--the only champion professional athletes in this northern baliwack, by the way--wore warm up jerseys supporting Black Lives Matter.
"We're trying to be so politically correct in our country," Trump also told supporters at the rally. He has also urged the
"As we parted ways at this gorgeous unnamed and nondescript restaurant off the Malibu coast, she turned around to flash me her winning dimples that some might argue made her career."
I concur with the New York Times editorialists who, among others, declared President Obama’s speech in Dallas this week a
It's no secret that now is not a popular time to be Muslim or Arab in America. Unfortunately, that doesn't only matter if we place stock in popularity contests. The repercussions are impacting these communities in different ways -- including our ability to travel and move about freely without fear of being profiled or subjected to excessive scrutiny.
"Because my last name is Gonzalez I was immediately questioned."
NEW YORK, Jan 7 (Reuters) - New York City's police department will install a civilian representative to help monitor its
I think we're in a fascinating time, watching technological advancements in forensic sciences. We're close to the day when your tiny biological dropping at the scene of your crime will go into a machine, the button pressed, and a full-color, 3D image of your entire person right from your molecules to your moles.
Any sufficiently shameless and ambitious politician knows that a smoothly delivered fabrication on live television impresses millions more than will read the next day's refutations.
The Ahmed incident proves that the terrorists have won even though Ahmed was not one of them. It is time for us to take back our freedoms...it is time for us to relinquish our fears. It is time to end xenophobia and take back America from the terror they have planted on our soil.
While CVE is new, the idea of adopting programs and practices that may sound good but have no empirical justification, is tragically par for the course--especially when it comes to dealing Arabs and Muslims as threats to national security.