Sunday, June 07, 2020

California Racial Profiling Deaths - 2019

San Francisco Chronicle Photo. Ruby Rodriguez kisses her son, Noah, while lighting candles during a vigil Tuesday for Angel Ramos, a 21-year-old Latino male who was shot and killed one year earlier by Vallejo police responding to a fight at a home. Angel Ramos, who was shot and killed by Vallejo Police in 2017.  Latino Family Questions Unanswered A Year After Shooting of Angel Ramos
The 2019 California Annual Report on Racial profiling reported that nearly half (47%) of 172 persons killed by police were Latino, and African Americans account for another 15 % of the police killings. The great majority of police killings are Latino and African American
Deceased Civilians by Race/Ethnicity
Race/Ethnicity Deceased Civilians
American Indian or Alaskan Native 2 (1.2%)
Asian 3 (1.7%)
Asian Indian 1 (0.6%)
Black 26 (15.1%)
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander/Samoan 1 (0.6%)
Hispanic 81 (47.1 %)
Other 2 (1.2%)
White 55 (32.0%)
Multiple Race/Ethnicity 1 (0.6%)
Total 172 (100.0%)

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