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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Cindy Chang of the Los Angeles Times about a new report that shows the LAPD searches African Americans and Latinos far more often than whites during traffic stops.

‘LA Times’ Analysis: LAPD Searches Blacks And Latinos More

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