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August 1st, 2009
11:53 PM ET

Racial Profiling: Experiences & Solutions

CNN viewers submit iReports detailing their own experiences of perceived racial profiling. A former police chief, a Baptist minister and a Hispanic activist then discuss the issue with CNN's Don Lemon and offer their insights.


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  1. suhail khan

    RACIAL PROFILING works on 360 degree prespective white,black,brown,educated,uneducated, one living down town manhattan vs the one livining in orange county california.But if we want 2 touch the most volatile one African american vs.........,well i guess if we can introduce some more file for example Dutch american,pakistani american,German american then may be the most volatile ONE will lose some of its strength and mingle with the rest of them,

    August 2, 2009 at 1:16 pm |
  2. Mrs. Eileen Curras widow to Hernandez (WWII)

    The reality is that the experiences speak for themselves. The fact is that racial profiling is always happening and the legal agencies should address it properly. It seems to me that a clear discussion has to happen. Perception is a general term and we need to address it.

    August 2, 2009 at 4:00 pm |

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