End Discriminatory Profiling By The Government

The Departments of Justice and Homeland Security have anti-discrimination policies with loopholes that actually allow federal agents to profile us based on the color of our skin, the religion we practice, or where we were born. These loopholes permit biased profiling for "national security" and intelligence-gathering purposes, and at the border – all broad and vague areas in which we've seen discriminatory targeting repeatedly occur.

Black, Muslim, and Brown communities, Asian Americans, and groups the government views as having "unpopular" or controversial beliefs are targeted the most by federal agencies – leading to people being wrongly and unfairly surveilled, investigated, prosecuted, or placed on federal watchlists.

We have the chance to fully ban discriminatory profiling and we need your help. Send a message to these agencies and tell them to ban biased profiling now.

Message Recipients: Attorney General Merrick Garland

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Ban Discriminatory Profiling Without Exceptions

The FBI, CBP, TSA, and other federal law enforcement agencies have long engaged in discriminatory and unconstitutional profiling of people of color, immigrants, and other marginalized communities. I'm deeply disturbed that broad loopholes in the government's anti-discrimination policies actually permit this discrimination. I'm asking you to close those loopholes so federal, state, and local law enforcement are banned from profiling us based on our race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, and other constitutionally-protected traits.

I strongly urge you to end biased policing, update your anti-discrimination policies, and move our nation forward on the path to equality for all.


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