Driving while black study

"Driving while black" refers to racial profiling of non-Caucasian drivers resulting in questioning or traffic stops of an individual just based on their skin color.

Is it being practiced in New Jersey?

Seton Hall Law professor Mark Denbeaux enlisted students for research to try to find out if the town of Bloomfield NJ is engaging in these practices.

Watch to see the results of the study and the unhappy responses from Bloomfield Police and mayor.

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