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Discrimination Lingers in Post-9/11 Era
By Jeanine Caunt
October 24, 2011
A decade after the Sept. 11 attacks, Yale students are still discussing their effect on the way minorities are perceived in the United States.
The South Asian Society at Yale, in collaboration with the Yale Chaplain’s Office and two other student groups, held a forum Monday night for reflection on racial profiling in the post-9/11 world as part of a series of University-wide events commemorating the 10-year anniversary of the attacks. The evening’s discussion addressed societal issues that have developed since 9/11, such as racial profiling in airports, and how those policies reveal that discrimination still exists against minority groups.
Read the complete article, including Valarie's comments, in the Yale Daily News.
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