Description:Are Counterterrorism Efforts Wasted on Profiling?
Open Society Foundations - Open Society Institute
On a brisk winter day in 1992, Rosalind Williams--an African-American woman and naturalized Spanish citizen--stepped off the train at a railway station in Valladolid and was immediately asked to produce her identity document. It was December 6, a national holiday celebrating Spain's new constitution--one of the most modern in Europe. Yet when asked why Williams was the only person on the platform (2:50)