Racism And Profiling

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Racism and discrimination are being used as powerful weapons of encouraging fear or hatred towards others in times of conflict and war, and even during economic downturns. Racism is the belief that characteristics and abilities can be attributed to people simply on the basis of their race and that some racial groups are superior to others. When we are children, we are taught not to judge a book by its cover, but for most of us this is easier said than done. Although, racism and discrimination is the key to any, but many of the United States downfalls, racial profiling is the correct term that occurs just as often. Racial profiling is a practice that targets people for suspicion based on their race, ethnicity, religion or national origin. It …show more content…
experiment in democracy is marred by incidents of racist brutality, violence, and warfare, and the legal diminution, dehumanization, and exclusion of people of color. Caucasians are making the effort to use white power in a negative light. It is crucial to their argument that overall racial profiling benefits the people subjected to it. The blankly disregard of knowledge of each race and its background can do more harm than good here the effort used to preserve white power is negatively affecting Caucasians as a body and not individually. Lippert insist that, not only does is harm the Caucasian body as a whole, it too,”…proposed justification that is incompatible with what a justificatory community, i.e. a community where a norm prevails to the effect that if the justification for a certain policy is based on a factual assumption that a certain subset of the members of the community will act in a certain way, then that way of acting is in itself justified.” (193). Racial profiling is justified in actions demonstrated by Caucasians, which lead to the belief of a natural affection for one’s mankind. “White nationalists argue that every nationality feels a natural affection for its own kind. They advocate racial self-preservation and claim that culture is a product of race” (Chaney 492). Advocating expectations and assumptions for each race can start either a virtuous circle or a vicious one. Therefore, racial profiling is demonstrating and harming those of this race …show more content…
These cases are not only involved undocumented immigrants but also Hispanic Americans and permanent legal residents. Hispanics are negatively affected by immigration laws that are bended and divided amongst evidence. Several studies have found that compelling evidence to support the contention that,” SComm 's implementation in many cases violates people 's basic civil rights, particularly the right to not be judged by their race” (Fischer 68). Including the involvement of the state and local police in the immigration enforcement disclosures racial profiling opportunities created and clearly capitalized upon present a real danger to the undocumented population. Which, possess a threat to those of legal residence. Fischer states that, “The Fourth Amendment offers broader protections to defendants in criminal court than to respondents in immigration proceedings”(69), however, The exclusionary rule 's principles are noble, and in articulating its purpose, courts have articulately described justifications that are not relevant to the accused in a criminal court or as a respondent in a removal proceeding. America’s Justice System should provide justice for all, but despite the evidence racial profiling occurs just based off

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