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wmelton
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« on: July 31, 2013, 11:03:25 AM »

http://www.upworthy.com/know-anyone-that-thinks-racial-profiling-is-exaggerated-watch-this-and-tell-me-when-your-jaw-drops-2


Hello group,

The nation entered into a brief discussion about race as a by-product of the  not guilty verdict the jury rendered in the George Zimmerman murder trial.

I believe that race is ubiquitously woven into American society; a thorough discussion about race is needed.  I contend that  any discussion about race in the immediate aftermath of an emotionally charged trial is the wrong time to explore the topic.  A more productive way would be to build up to specifics after engaging in a broad based dialogue.

That said, the above link accesses a video in which a social experiment takes place.  Please ignore the headline which slants perception.

Question:

How does one account of the disparity in treatment received by the various individuals attempting to compromise the bike lock and  thus take possession of the bike?

Thank you,

Walter
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Crafty_Dog
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« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2013, 02:56:06 PM »

Walter:

Welcome aboard!

Custom around here is to post in existing threads where possible ("thread coherency") thus I am pasting your post in the "Race, etc." thread and locking this one.

Marc
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