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Sharpton’s NAN Targets USC Over Taraji P. Henson’s Racial Profiling Claim

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Taraji P. Henson & son Marcel

*The National Action Network a leading Los Angeles civil rights organization is calling for an investigation of the USC campus police department.

Actress Taraji P. Henson stated publicly that her son Marcel, a twenty year old college student, was the recent victim of racial profiling by USC campus police.

“Our organization is in full support of Taraji P. Henson and her allegations of racial profiling against USC police. We are aware of the numerous complaints about racial profiling over the years by students concerning the discrimination and racial profiling that they have experienced at the hands of USC campus police officers and our organization wants an independent investigation by the U.S justice department and Attorney General Eric Holder concerning our concerns about racial profiling at USC,” stated Najee Ali political director of the National Action Network.

“(The) founder and leader of our organization, the Rev Al Sharpton, takes the issue of racial profiling very seriously. We take this issue very seriously and were going to keep fighting until something substantial is done to end racial profiling at USC,” stated Rev K. W. Tulloss. President of the LA chapter of the National Action Network.

Press conference
Date:  Tuesday March 24,2015
Time:  2:30 pm Pacific
Location: USC Galen Center
3400 Figueroa Blvd
Los Angeles, CA.

Sponsored by
The National Action Network

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