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New York Audience Weighs in on Propriety of Racial & Religious Profiling at Airports

New York Audience Weighs in on Propriety of Racial & Religious Profiling at Airports

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Intelligence Squared U.S., the Oxford-style debate series, an initiative of The Rosenkranz Foundation, hosted a debate last night on the motion, U.S. Airports Should Use Racial & Religious Profiling. Given the recent news of stepped up TSA security procedures at airports, the debate was well-timed and shed light on the complications around keeping America's skies safe. At the debate's conclusion, the side arguing in favor of using racial and religious profiling in airport screenings won the debate, though the crowd at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts was closely divided.

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