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Washington Post Columnist Says Being Profiled Is Your Fault

Kathleen Parker, a white columnist, wrote Friday that sometimes profiling isn’t caused by race, but just a case of how you look —  something anyone can change. “Nothing is fair about profiling, but one’s treatment by a stranger is not always necessarily linked to one’s racial or ethnic history. Sometimes it’s just . . . you.”

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