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Stanford has done a study of >100 million traffic stops. Findings include:
- black drivers are more likely to be stopped than white or Hispanic drivers.
- the disparity drops for stops at night
- once stopped, black and Hispanic drivers are more likely to be ticketed, searched, and arrested
- black and white drivers are roughly equally likely to be found with contraband in a search, and Hispanic drivers less likely

Tell me again there's no white privilege.

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