Is Free Speech Dying?

  I currently have a public exhibit in Grenoble, France as part of a project I worked on with the Open Society Foundations about police profiling in Europe. The video interview can be found here. The exhibit focuses on victims of discriminatory identity checks, who describe the significant impacts...

October 26, 2017

June 11, 2015

Ed Kashi Interviews: Racial Profiling

Ed Kashi (VII) was recently interviewed by Daily Photo News about his project on racial profiling in Europe. In his interview, he discusses his experience shooting this project as well as his opinions on police profiling in Europe and how it compares to profiling in the United States. “I...

June 05, 2015

Exhibition: Equality Betrayed

June 5 – July 12, 2015 La Place de la République Paris, France Presented by the Open Society Foundations Equality Betrayed is “an open air photo and text exhibit exploring the experience of individuals who are singled out for police stops in France because of the color of their...

September 25, 2013

Equality Betrayed: the Impact of Ethnic Profiling in France

“On the streets of Paris, a young black man can be six times as likely to be stopped and checked by the police as a young white man. For young males of Arab origin, the figure is even higher: they are at least eight times more likely to be stopped.” Today, Open...

April 22, 2013

Ethnic Profiling in Europe

  Last year, Ed Kashi (VII) collaborated with the Open Society Foundations (OSF) to address the issue of Ethnic Profiling in Europe. Police in the UK frequently use stop and search tactics in attempts to combat crime. The usage of stop and search methods has increased, however, the effectiveness has taken a downturn. Very...