Arizona Racial Profiling Law: Show Us What You Think

Arizona's new racial profiling law requires police officers in Arizona to ask people for their papers based only on some undefined "reasonable suspicion" that they are in the country unlawfully. If this shameful law goes into effect, everyone in Arizona will effectively have to carry their "papers" at all times. Several other states are considering similar legislation, so we must act now to keep the law from spreading.

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We want to know what you think about this extreme new law. Take a picture of yourself expressing what you think and send it to us at multimedia@aclu.org. Use one of our slogans or create your own.  Be as creative as you want to be! We'll post our favorites here and on our Flickr feed and use selected ones as part of our campaign to make sure that what happens in Arizona stops in Arizona.

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