Colo. group launches hotline for racial profiling
By Chris Casey
The Greeley Tribune
GREELEY, Colo. — Hoping to curb instances of police pulling over people on the basis of race, a nonprofit group has started a statewide hotline for racial profiling.
The Colorado Progressive Coalition, which has an office in Greeley, launched the hotline in April. CPC started its first racial profiling hotline in 2001 but discontinued it in 2003. The group works on civil rights, workplace and health care issues.
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