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New Book Tells How to Use The Law to Stop Racial Profiling
By: Hutchinson Report
Political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson adds, "Now these are only false 911 calls made in these outrageous circumstances. There are undoubtedly many others that can be added to this list. In fact, this list could stretch to infinity if the many cases of Blacks subject to the almost daily litany of offenses, violations and indignities in public and not so public places by police action or citizens making false 911 calls on them were listed. "
Hutchinson documents these and many more instances in Fighting Back! A Citizen's Guide to Combatting Racist Acts. He adds, "There has been a disturbing, relentless and long-standing pattern of these daily abuses," Hutchinson observes, "And the even more appalling part is that they have become almost routine for many African-Americans."
Hutchinson does much more than just chronicle these racial indignities he tells what can, and in some cases, is being done to stop the abuse. Hutchinson in Fighting Back! A Citizen's Guide to Combatting the Racist Acts provides a detailed and comprehensive series of practical steps that can be taken to stop false 911 police calls, malicious racial targeting, and other daily indignities Blacks face. Fighting Back! A Citizen's Guide to Combatting the Racist Acts is a timely blueprint to combat racial profiling and its corrosive effects on the nation.
Hutchinson points out, "While racial profiling has long been the flash point issue for policy makers and African-Americans, the false 911 calls and bogus reports of criminal wrongdoing by Blacks has taken the issue to a level that could be at best described as ludicrous."
Fighting Back! A Citizen's Guide to Combatting Racist Acts is a clarion call to action. As Hutchinson meticulously details in the book, there are many legal and other remedies to do just that.
Earl Ofari Hutchinson