Racial Profiling Against Native Americans

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Racial Profiling Against Native Americans Racial Profiling is one of the types of discrimination. Discrimination means treating other differently based on their race or ethnicity and according to law dictionary discrimination refers to the treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favor of or against, a person or thing based on the group, class, or category to which that person or thing belongs rather than on individual merit. While racial profiling is judging or treating another based on their Discrimination against Native American is a problem in the United State. Racial profiling is one of the most common discrimination Native Americans faces. Over the years different statistics has shown that minorities in United State…show more content…
This shows that Native Americans are been racially profiled in different ways of life. Over the years Native Americans have face This research paper will show factual information, ways that Native Americans are been profiled and, that racial profiling must be rejected and not only. Before we can elaborate more about how racial profiling affects Native Americans, it’s important to understand that racial profiling is totally different from offender profiling where by law enforcement uses psychological process to predict and profile unknown criminals. And also not just Native American or the minorities’ in general faces profiling, the majorities white are also likely to face been racially profiled. Many studies, statistics and case reports about racial profiling has shown how traffic stops, arrests and seizure by police are related to victims been racial profiled. Government agency, police to be precise has for years had a bad reputation for profiling Native Americans and other minority races in the United States. But according to recent statistics, that bad reputation has increase to the extent that the United States political leaders need to resolve it before it gets…show more content…
In the same data, Native Americans and other minority race such as African Americans are more likely to face traffic stops than a white because of their skin color. A study based on Arizona highway patrol system, show that patrol officers in the state stops native American and other minority race at a much higher rate than that of a white, where Native American are 3.5 times more likely to get stopped by the police than a white and African American are 2.5 times more likely to get pulled over by the police than a white. Of the Native American stopped, 50% are likely to get ticket and 20% are likely to be arrested. While Native Americans and other minority’s races are more likely to be stopped by the police in Arizona on notion that they are transporting illegal importsor carrying unlawful substances, whites remained more likely to be carrying unlawful substances but yet get few stops by the law enforcement

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