Talking Racial Profiling and Red Hoodies in New Haven
In the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting, one New Haven cop is reaching out to African American teenagers — asking them to think about ways to avoid being singled out. The Connecticut Mirror’s Uma Ramiah has more.
Click photo to listen to the NPR Special broadcast coverage of “RACIAL PROFILING & RED HOODIES” workshop on how young urban males portray themselves and are perceived by others in America.
NPR-Radio “Where We Live-Racial Profiling” aired Mar 12, 2012