Racial Profiling

Joe Arpaio

Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Deputies Will Be Wearing Body Cams Soon

“America’s Toughest Sheriff,” Sheriff Joe Arpaio tweeted on Monday to say that 700 body cameras would be distributed and issued to his deputies soon. He said, “I will be flipping the ON switch soon! Stay tuned.”

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Report: Police Monitored African-American Groups in Chicago

A report by the Chicago Sun-Times reveals that the Chicago Police Department started a special program to monitor local African-American groups after the death of Michael Brown and the ensuing riots in Ferguson, Missouri, last year.

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District Judge OKs Settlement Ending DOJ’s Racial Profiling Suit Against Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Last week U.S. District Judge Roslyn Silver okayed a settlement that “that resolves allegations [that] Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s office [allegedly] retaliated against its critics, discriminated against Latinos during the sheriff’s now-defunct workplace raids and punished Latino jail inmates with limited English skills for speaking Spanish.”

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Black Lives Matter, CAIR ‘Shut Down’ Jerry Brown’s Office

Occupiers from Black Lives Matter and the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) descended upon California’s capitol Wednesday by the hundreds, demanding state legislators pass a new bill on racial profiling, and calling on Governor Jerry Brown to sign it.

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Canada’s Left Wants Racial Crime Statistics To Push #BlackLivesMatter Narrative

Canada’s most widely read newspaper, The Toronto Star, is lamenting the lack of racial crime statistics aggregated by various levels of government. Over two decades ago, the newspaper was instrumental in facilitating outrage from the left over a revelation that police in Toronto were collecting statistics about race and crime.


Rubio: We Need to ‘Address’ That People Feel Targeted Based on Race

Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio (R-FL) said that “we have to acknowledge and address” that “there are millions of young African-Americans in this country who do feel like they’re treated differently both by law enforcement, and sometimes by individuals”