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Institute on Race and Justice, "Race, Policing and the Community" Dialogue Series Examines Race and School Police Relations

The Institute on Race and Justice and its' Community Advisory Board Presents a Dialogue Series entitled "Race, Policing and the Community". This Series will consist of four panel discussions exploring important topics about the impact of race on policing in urban settings. This will be a virtual event that is open to all members of the Northeastern University community and the general public.  The panel beow is being Co-Sponsored by Youth and Police Partnership, the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Race and School Police Relations - 


Ms. Lucinda Mills, MSW.  District Social Worker at Boston Public Schools; 

Mr. Harry Harding, Vice President of Innovation and Strategic Partnerships, Children Services of Roxbury, Youth and Police Partnership 

Lisa Thurau, Executive Director of Strategies for Youth: Connecting Cops with Kids

Co- Moderators

Maddrey Goode, Director of Mass Hire, Boston Career Center, City of Boston & IRJ Community Advisory Board Co-Chair 

Dr. Jack McDevitt, Director, Institute on Race and Justice

All panels will take place on Zoom. Email Lisa Bailey-Laguerre at l.bailey@northeastern.edu to RSVP

Tuesday, December 15 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Panel/Roundtable Discussion


CSSH, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Master Calendar

Sponsoring Organization

Institute on Race and Justice

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