Teenage brothers’ mother says parent on Colorado State University tour felt her sons were ‘too quiet’

A mother on a Colorado college tour called the police on two Native American students in the group because they made her feel “nervous”, the latest episode to ignite national outrage over racial profiling and needless calls to law enforcement in the US.

Two teenage brothers had traveled from New Mexico for the tour at Colorado State University (CSU) on Monday when a parent called the authorities on them, prompting university police to question them and causing them to miss the rest of the tour, campus officials said.

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