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November 03, 2012


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Dr. Charles

This topic hits home for me as a man of color subjected to discriminatory harassment during lost prevention. While in high school, I was detained and handcuffed publicly, before being privately searched to which the security guard did not find any stolen goods. The response was to release me without an apology. While I understand that he was "just doing his job". An apology certainly would have been the start of the forgiveness process. Reality is I have not shopped with that retailer since.

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