How Is There Still Racial Profiling in the ‘Post-Racial’ Age of Obama

(Huffington Post) The election of Barack Obama, the nation's first African American president, just four years ago, signaled a turning point in the nation's struggle for racial equality. 

Many of us who have spent years fighting for racial equality will never forget how overjoyed we were on Election Day when we realized our dreams had become reality. Finally, after centuries of struggle, it seemed that a candidate's race would no longer bar them from the highest political office in the United States.

But some have mistaken the age of Obama for some post-racial utopia where race no longer matters.

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