Campaign to End Racial Profiling

 
Racial profiling is the suspicion of people based on race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or other immutable characteristics, rather than on evidence-based suspicious behavior.
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1. Please identify yourself:
I am a(n):
2. What is your gender?
3. In what state or U.S. territory do you live?
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4. Are you an NEA Member?
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5. Please describe your experiences (if any) with racial profiling by completing the following question:
I was previously a target of racial profiling when...
(if No or Never, please indicate by writing Non-Applicable)
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6. Please answer the following True/False question:
I have profiled, consciously and/or subconsciously, another person because of their race or ethnicity.
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7. Please answer the following:
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeAgreeStrongly AgreeNo Opinion/Unsure
I know students who have been the targets of racial profiling.
I know, and can explain, the legal rights that students have when they are targets of racial profiling, specifically by law enforcement officers.
Racial profiling is an everyday reality where I work, attend school, or live.
Racial profiling negatively impacts the lives of the students in the school where I work or attend school.
Racial profiling negatively impacts the lives of the students in the community where I live.
Racial profiling negatively impacts the lives of the students in the community where I work.
I am sufficiently informed and prepared to lead a discussion among students on racial profiling as a social justice and human rights issue.
I need additional information and training to prepare me to lead discussions on racial profiling as a social justice and human rights issues.
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8. If you indicated above that you need/would like additional training in this area, please specify below what type(s) of training you would find most helpful:
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9. Do you believe that educators can play an important role in helping to end racial profiling?
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