U.S. CONSTITUTION DAY: THE HISTORY OF POLICING IN THE UNITED STATES

U.S. CONSTITUTION DAY: THE HISTORY OF POLICING IN THE UNITED STATES


Friday, September 17, 2021
1:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:
ZOOM: bit.ly/TCConstitutionDay2021
Open to:
Alumni, Current Students, Faculty & Staff, General Public, TC Community

 

U.S. CONSTITUTION DAY:

 

THE HISTORY OF POLICING IN THE UNITED STATES

 

A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, SLAVERY AND ITS HISTORICAL IMPACT ON POLICING TODAY. THE PANELISTS WILL PROVIDE A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW AND WILL ENGAGE IN A LIVELY DISCUSSION ABOUT THE EFFECTS ON SOCIETY, OUR HEALTH, AND MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER TO PROMOTE A MORE CIVIL, EQUITABLE AND ANTIRACIST SOCIETY.

 

FEATURING:

 

PROFESSOR JOSÉ LUIS MORÍN

CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF LATIN AMERICAN

AND LATINX STUDIES

JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 

PROFESSOR ROBERT FULLILOVE

PROFESSOR SOCIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

AT THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

ASSOCIATE DEAN, COMMUNITY AND MINORITY AFFAIRS

ADJUNCT FULL PROFESSOR AT TEACHERS COLLEGE

 

Friday, September 17, 2021 1:00p.m.-2:00pm 

Register: bit.ly/TCConstitutionDay2021


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