The national debate over racial profiling, a festering wound of conflicting perceptions rubbed raw by the George Zimmerman trial, was revisited this week by a black law professor who wrote a piece entitled “Racially Profiled in Palm Beach” for a national magazine.
Syracuse University law professor Kevin Noble Maillard was 38 years old three summers ago when he was featured as a speaker at a Southeastern Association of Law Schools conference at The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach. Maillard was staying nearby at the The Chesterfield Palm Beach hotel and had rented a bicycle to explore the area.
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