Arizona state professor*Increasingly, we are shown evidence that suggests authorities of the Caucasian race become quite heavy-handed when it comes to apprehending black women.

Another example of this comes out of Arizona, where a disturbing video was released on Saturday by 3TV showing  an encounter between an African American female who turns out to be an  Arizona State professor and a white campus police officer.

The woman, named Ersula Ore, was attempting to cross a street on the college campus that was obstructed by construction work; when she was stopped by campus officer Stewart Ferrin, the TV station cites from a police report.

“The reason I’m talking to you right now is because you are walking in the middle of the street,” the officer is heard saying in the video. But the conversation shifted towards nasty after the officer demanded to see Ore’s ID, saying she would be arrested if she failed to produce it. Additionally, Ore is heard telling the officer not to speak to her with such disrespect.

The incident was captured by a police car video recorder, or Dashcam.

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