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Racial profiling (Missouri Attorney General, n. d.) Missouri Attorney General Office (AGO) conducts survey of vehicle stops to highlight and combat racial profiling in the state, requiring all police departments to document a driver’s race for each vehicle stop. This project team hypothesizes that counties with a lower DI have more friendly environments towards Hispanic and Asian immigrants than counties with a higher DI. This project examined the association between residential immigrant concentration and racial profiling in the community. Combining the goal of MIRA and racial profiling occurring in MO, specific regions were selected where WMI is needed the most as well as where it is most adequately available.
St. Louis, MO
Kwon, Yeongsil and Lee, Eun Young, "Welcoming Missouri Project" (2014). GIS Posters. Poster 132.