Ethnic Profiling and Civil Rights
As said by Saito Maho, "Welcome to the United States, smile for the camera, add your fingerprints to our database. Don't forget to check in regularly, that is of course if your nationality or religion are on John Ashcroft's list."(Saito 1) The use of racial and ethnic profiling dates back to World War II and the attack of Pearl Harbor. The profiling existing today is just a modernized form of the internment camps set aside for Japanese-Americans in the late 1940's. The only difference is towards whom the profiling is directed. Profiling is not only political but also a moral issue that def…
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