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I Was Racially Profiled While Covering a BLM Protest in Idaho

I’m Asian American, and I want to give people the benefit of the doubt. But at what cost?

A photo taken by the writer of a protest in Idaho for Black Lives Matter.
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My photographer and I were called in to work three hours earlier than usual to cover a Black Lives Matter protest at the Idaho State Capitol. Just a week ago, we covered another Black Lives Matter protest at the…




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Erika Lee

Erika Lee

LA native, journalist | tweet me @erikaleetv

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