We tend to find what we're looking for (see Kenn's Law #8) and what blacks are taught to seek is victimhood through racial profiling. It's everywhere; if that's what one wants to see.
Oddly, the same black Americans who complain about racial profiling name their children unorthodox names; many that defy pronunciation.
For the record I support the rights of parents to name their children whatever they wish -- Elvis, Ebola, or Eloy'kashika are fine with me, providing parents are sober and in their right mind at the moment the birth certificate is signed.
Still, I question the wisdom of naming a child a name that screeches ethnic identity, then complain about racial profiling.
That's just the first of five final questions white people have for black people.
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