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U.N. Human Rights Body Issues Decisive Observations On Racial Discrimination In U.S.
The Persistence Of Racial And Ethnic Profiling In The United States
Race & Ethnicity In America: Turning A Blind Eye To Injustice
> Blog: Profile-Me-Not (10/8/2009)
> News: New Report From ACLU And RWG Finds Racial Profiling Still Pervasive (6/30/2009)
> Blog: Nicole Kief - Send Racial Profiling Into Retirement (6/30/2009)
> Blog: Suzanne Ito- Stimulus Funds: Mind the Gap (2/25/2009)
> News: Stimulus Funds Should Go To Improving Education For Poor And Minority Communities, Says ACLU (2/25/2009)
> Blog: Nahal Zamani- Far Too Little, Much Too Late (1/15/2009)
> News: Human Rights Groups Decry Bush Administration's Whitewash Report On Racial Discrimination In United States (1/14/2009)
> News: International Human Rights Experts Denounce U.S. Record On Racial And Ethnic Discrimination (3/7/2008)
> News: ACLU in Geneva to Testify on Ongoing Racial and Ethnic Injustice (2/18/2008)
> News: ACLU Releases Scathing Analysis of Government’s Report to UN Committee on Racial Discrimination (6/13/2007)
> ACLU Letter to Secretary of Education (2/25/2009)
> Report: Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (3/7/2008)
> Map: Racial Discrimination Problems State-By-State
> Testimony: Akif Rahman's Statement (2/18/2008)
> Report: Brief and Initial Analysis of the United States Report to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (6/12/2007)
Steven Elloie was severly beaten and tasered by police officers searching his business without a warrant. The unprovoked attack by officers left Elloie severly injured.
Susana Rodriguez Blanco sought asylum in the U.S. after her father was assasinated in Venezuela. She and her mother were locked up in the Hutto detention center for several months.
Siti Rina Aisah was a paid less than 33 cents an hour as a domestic worker for the Ambassador to the Qatar Mission of the United Nations.
Taylor White Buffalo, a Native American student in South Dakota, was arrested and prosecuted for criminal misconduct defending himself in a fight against a Caucasian classmate.
|Dennis Parker, Director of the ACLU's Racial Justice Program, Discusses the Pervasive Problem of Racial Profiling (MP3)|
|Jamil Dakwar, Director for the ACLU's Human Rights Program, discusses the detention of immigrants, women and children with ACLU attorneys Tom Jawetz and Mie Lewis (MP3)|
|Dennis Parker, Director of the ACLU's Racial Justice Program, discusses the report with ACLU of Mississippi Executive Director Nsombi Lambright and ACLU of Texas Legal Director Lisa Graybill (MP3|
|Chandra Bhatnagar, Staff Attorney for the ACLU's Human Rights Program, discusses affirmative action, racial profiling, and the rights of noncitizens and immigrants (MP3)|
|Chandra Bhatnagar, Staff Attorney for the ACLU's Human Rights Program, discusses racial justice and human rights with talk show host Tavis Smiley (MP3)|
|SELECTED DOCUMENTS CITED IN THE REPORT|
|Map of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Raids from 2006 – 2007 (PDF)|
|Race of Defendants Approved for Federal Death Penalty Prosecutions (PDF)|