Racial Profiling

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NPR's Tovia Smith reports from Boston's Logan Airport, where some police and airport workers admit that racial profiling of Arabs is now routine. Some civil rights advocates say that keeping an eye out for one particular profile blinds officials to other potential attackers.

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