Outrage as Democratic Party official refers to Republican senator Tim Scott as an 'Oreo' days after he trended as 'Uncle Tim' on Twitter

May 2, 2021

By Sarah Ravani

From the article: "...The audit also found that searches of Black and Hispanic people are less likely to result in an arrest than searches of white and Asian people. It did not track where people who were pulled over live.

The findings mirror data from the Center for Policing Equity from 2012 to 2016 that found Black motorists were 6.5 times more likely to be stopped by Berkeley police than white motorists, and 4.5 times more likely to be stopped while on foot. Experts on policing say departments nationwide engage in racial profiling and that Black and brown communities often experience harassment and abuse — as well as violence and killings — when stopped by police..."

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