the quick and dirty huddle answer is that you're just going to have to swallow your pride. there really isn't anything you can do. they didn't stop you from coming in b/c you're black. they didn't tell you to leave b/c you're black. a manager's suspicion that it was you isn't much to go off of. i would still call an attorney, though. be very specific, though. like were the mall cops, or actually uniformed police officers of wake county? hate to say it, but you might have been a victim of society's prejudice. don't let me discourage you, though. i'm just trying to tell you what you should expect. tell your story to an attorney, and see what he or she says. g'luck.
One little detail I forgot to add is that they said they had me on camera stealing. So the police officer acted on what the store manager told him. Their wasn't enough evidence on camera to draw a conclusion or even have a probable cause that I had taken something. Everything was based on assumption. The store manager said he saw me on camera pick up clothes but he never saw me pay for them. I picked up clothes and tried them on. Once I decided I didn't want them I left the two shirts in the dressing room. Their was one Rocky Mount police officer, their was also mall security, and the store department manager.