Adrian Walker

TSA employees had to go outside system to report profiling

The office of the American Civil Liberties Union isn’t the obvious place for frustrated public employees to lodge complaints against their bosses.

But about six months ago, when members of the Transportation Services Administration wanted to talk about racial profiling at Logan International Airport, that’s where they found themselves. This was because their supervisors in Washington had ignored their claims that a program to identify potential terrorists had morphed into a means to harass black and brown air travelers.

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