Stop-and-Frisk: By the Numbers

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Blacks Make Up More Than Half of Stops in 2012 

From January through March 2012, New Yorkers were stopped 203,500 times by police: 54 percent (108,097) were Black, 69,043 were Latino (33 percent), 18,387 were white (9 percent). Eighty-nine percent (181,457 people) were totally innocent, according to the NYCLU.

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