SFDebate Asks, Is Racial Profiling Necessary for Airport Security?
SFDebate Asks, Is Racial Profiling Necessary?
With the Christmas Day terror plot, racial profiling has once again become a topic of national debate. Some people insist that racial sensitivity should yield to the potential for another plane-related terror attack. On the other side, arguments are made that increased racial profiling would only exacerbate the cause of terrorism by encouraging rather than abating ill-feelings toward the West. Should United States public policy be cognizant of race? Is there a new form of statistically driven discrimination forming in the horizon? Come tell us what you think.
SF Debate is INFORUM's bi-weekly event, and is structured somewhat like a formal debate, with group participants posing arguments to support their views on the issue at hand. To find out more about SFDebate or to register for this event visit sfdebate.org
Location: SFClub Office
Time: 6:30 p.m. check-in, 7-8:30 p.m. program
Cost: MEMBERS FREE, $5 non-members