November 29, 2009

ACLU and fellow race-baiting crazies GO FISH for “racial profiling” – AJC happy to help out

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Groups schedule forum to examine 287(g)

Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment and the ACLU of Georgia will sponsor a forum on racial profiling Dec. 5 in Lawrenceville. The forum comes just weeks after Gwinnett County implemented the 287(g) Agreement, making it the fifth agency in Georgia to allow for local enforcement of federal civil immigration laws.

The forum will provide community members of diverse backgrounds an opportunity to share testimonies of being racially profiled and to learn about their rights when encountering law enforcement. The ACLU of Georgia will compile those testimonies into a report.

“The signing of another 287g agreement in Georgia makes it necessary now more than ever for our Georgia Legislature to pass anti-racial profiling legislation,” said Rev. Tracy Blagec of ABLE.

The forum is from 1-3 p.m. at Saint Lawrence Catholic Church, 319 Grayson Highway, Lawrenceville.