racial profiling

Implicit Bias Training

Jul 6, 2018
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State Representative Emilia Sykes stated publicly earlier this month that she had been repeatedly stopped by Ohio Capitol security personnel, while noticing that white elected officials were not. Since then, a meeting has been arranged between Sykes and Ohio's director of public safety to discuss what Sykes argues is racial profiling. 

Implicit Bias Training

Jun 20, 2018
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State Representative Emilia Sykes stated publicly earlier this month that she had been repeatedly stopped by Ohio Capitol security personnel, while noticing that white elected officials were not. Since then, a meeting has been arranged between Sykes and Ohio's director of public safety to discuss what Sykes argues is racial profiling. 

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Two African American state representatives recently raised concerns they have been stopped unnecessarily by security at Columbus' Capitol Square. Rep. Emilia Sykes, one of the elected officials, said that she observed her White counterparts being allowed to pass, while she was not. 

10:00 The word "race" hasn't been mentioned much in the trial of George Zimmerman, the man accused of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last year. But the issue of racial profiling is an elephant in the courtroom. This hour we'll talk to subjects of a recent profiling incident in Ohio, and get an expert perspective on why prejudice won't let go. Guests