Police Brutality And Racial Profiling

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Police Brutality and racial profiling
In time of conflict, people tend to segregate and try prove their superiority over others. Throughout american history, white supremacists have created a racial boundary between them and minority races. With the Discrimination of minorities, it has subconsciously created a barrier between them and white supremacists. Although it may be hard to prove that racial inequality exists in today's society, a large amount of people acknowledge that it is still in existence. With a majority of law enforcers being white supremacists, it has caused them to racially profile individuals. The practice of racial profiling by the police is unconstitutional and goes against a civil rights laws and needs to be eliminated.
Over the last few years there have been countless high profile incidents of blacks and other minorities being killed by the police. People are often question the reasoning for taking such actions. Whether it is jamar clark from minnesota who was already handcuffed and then shot in the head by a police officer, alton sterling who was pinned to the ground and then shot to death, or eric garner who was put in a chokehold until he suffocated and died. All 3 were unarmed and had no intention of fighting back. The amount of people being killed by police are simply outrageous. “A recent report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics estimated approximately 1,200 people were killed by police between June, 2015 and May, 2016. Our database
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