The Scars of Stop and Frisk

In today's link roundup: One man says he was stopped by police more than 60 times before age 18. Plus: Read the full text of Obama's Ohio speech.

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A scene from The Scars of Stop and Frisk

The Scars of Stop-and-Frisk: This short documentary film on New York's stop-and-frisk policing focuses on Tyquan Brehon, a young man in Brooklyn who says he was stopped more than 60 times before age 18.

Blacks ruin neighborhoods? The Blaze calls this "the man on the street interview so racist it overshadowed an arson case."

Obama's Ohio speech: Check out the full text of his remarks on the economy at the Washington Post.

Police searching for surgeon after Buffalo, N.Y., hospital shooting: The search for Dr. Timothy Jorden began Wednesday morning shortly after Jacqueline Wisniewski, 33, was found shot dead around 8:15 a.m. in a stairwell at the Erie County Medical Center, the Buffalo News reported. Derenda said the shooting wasn't a random act. Media reports say that Wisniewski was Jorden's ex-girlfriend.

The Rev. Al Sharpton to receive BET Humanitarian Award: The National Action Network chief is being recognized for the attention he gave to the Trayvon Martin case, in addition to his other work.

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