November 14 Tuesday

Policing, Poverty, and Communities of Color

  • Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 6:10PM - 8:00PM
  • YLS Room 129
  • Open To The Public
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Description

The interactions between and the relationships of police and communities of color are complex.  In many areas, the results have been tragic encounters and a loss of a sense of security. For some people, involvement in the criminal justice system also includes dislocaton, and housing opportunities are lost. This panel explores the conflicts, efforts to respond, and whether more generative interactions can be developed.

Monica Bell, Associate Professor of Law, YLS
Liman Fellow 2010-2011

Miriam Gohara

Clinical Asscocaite Professor of Law


Ryan Sakoda, Staff Attorney, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston
Liman Fellow, 2015-2017

Co-sponsored by the Black Law Students Association

Space is limitied and dinner will be served.  RSVP to [email protected]

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law and the Black Law Students Association