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Samuel Gresham, 50, says it's happened to him three times, and he's constantly worried when it will happen again.
Police have pulled over Gresham, president and CEO of the Columbus Urban League, for no other reason than the fact he's black, he says.
"I guess I'm getting used to it," said Gresham. "Once they see my business card, the whole tone of the conversation changes and they let me go. It's also happened to two of my three sons. And every time my 23-year-old gets pulled over, they pull him out of the car."
Racial profiling by police - the so-called DWE, or Driving While Black, issue - has heated up to become the most hotly contested civil fights issue of the end of the millennium, legal, law enforcement and other experts agree.
But lost so far in the contentious yet delicate nationwide debate …