Racial Profiling NPR's Margot Adler reports from New York City on the new application of the term, "racial profiling," following last week's terrorist attacks. She talks to people who are uncomfortable with the idea of having police stop those who appear to be Arabs or Muslims, without probable cause for arrest.
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NPR's Margot Adler reports from New York City on the new application of the term, "racial profiling," following last week's terrorist attacks. She talks to people who are uncomfortable with the idea of having police stop those who appear to be Arabs or Muslims, without probable cause for arrest.