Investigation into racial profiling in Quebec City's police force
An investigative report tonight on Radio-Canada's program "Enquête" could ruffle some feathers in Quebec City. The program takes a look at the city's police force and its contention that there is a youth gang problem, and that it primarily revolves around young black, Latino, and other visible minorities. But the result is what critics say is racial profiling.
Aly Ndiaye -- better known as Webster -- is an historian by training. He's also a rap musician, brought up in Quebec City, and has become an outspoken social critic. He joined Susan in studio to talk about his involvement in the report, and his own experience with the problem.