MPR’s Brandt Williams conducts a 'rolling roundtable' discussion on the issue of "driving while black" with three Black men as they drive around the Twin Cities.
In Minneapolis and St.Paul, African Americans are stopped by police at rates far higher than their presence in the cities. To answer charges of racial profiling police departments in both cities began recording the race of drivers pulled over by officers. Many African Americans say the data shows what they've suspected all along: That police target African Americans because of their skin color.
This report is part of our series, The Color of Justice.