by our judicial system, issues such as racial profiling will only continue to get worse. If this nation is really based on equality for all of its citizens, then these issues have to not only be addressed, but laws must be established and enforced to ensure protection for all. Racial profiling is a major problem in the United States, one that threatens to eat away at the very foundation of this nation. We are living in a very dangerous society when the citizens cannot trust and have no respect for law enforcement. This destroys their effectiveness and makes our communities just that more dangerous. With little progress being made to end racial profiling, this trend can only bring destruction to future generations. People of all generations need to be become more involved in the movement for equality for every race and ethnicity. Injustice for one is injustice for all.
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