Re: Bias in, bias out
I went to uni in Cornwall, I was stopped around 4 times jogging to work from Penryn to Falmouth . One of them didn't even give me the spiel about "people matching your description... reported burglary bla bla bla" just police lights on pulled up in front of me and asked me what I was doing. Not a criminal I literally woke up at 4am every morning to clean in order to to pay my way thorough Uni.
What is more odd is that I was one of like 20 black people in Penryn so unless the rest of them were all bandits in disguise I found it rather discriminatory... I hope it had more to do with my ninja-like jogging attire than my race.