8/14: ACRU Policy Board Member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains that problems worse than racism plague the black community.
6/13: This case shows how much damage false claims of racism can cause.
Knowing the race or sex of an individual may on occasion allow us to guess about something not readily observed.
Whether we like it or not, easily observed physical characteristics—such as race, sex, height and age—convey information.
Liberals believe that black people's fate is determined by the beneficence of white people and government programs.
It's not just poverty.
A good definition of profiling in general is the use of an easily observed physical characteristic as a guess for some other, difficult-to-observe characteristic.