Defying Racial Profiling in Germany 'I Didn't Want to Be Treated Differently Any Longer'

He was born in Germany, and he is black. A 26-year-old student who won a landmark court case against police for racial profiling this week speaks with SPIEGEL ONLINE about his moment of civil disobedience and whether he thinks the legal victory will change things for others like him.
An officer checks an ID on a train: Skin-color is no longer grounds for a spot check by police in Germany.

An officer checks an ID on a train: Skin-color is no longer grounds for a spot check by police in Germany.

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Interview conducted by Lena Greiner