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America Under Review: The State of Police Brutality & Reform
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12/10/2015
When: 12/10/2015
10:00 AM
Where: Moot Court Room
4340 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20008
United States
Presenter: Civil Rights Coalition On Police Reform

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America Under Review: The State of Police Brutality & Reform, a town hall and press conference, will feature a distinguished panel including Ron Davis from DOJ, Barbara Arnwine of the Transformative Justice Coalition, Ryan Reilly of the Huffington Post, Simon Moya-Smith of Indian Country and many other national news organizations, Shelley Broderick and Jonathan Smith from the law school, and Erica Garner—the daughter of Eric Garner whose death by chokehold at the hands of the NYPD was caught on film and the officer wasn’t indicted.

We expect a robust discussion and are very excited to host such an event. Hope you can make it! It’s free with an RSVP.

To register click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/america-under-review-the-state-of-police-brutality-and-reform-tickets-19627133284

About the organization: The Civil Rights Coalition on Police Reform, convened by the national Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, includes 40 national civil and human rights organizations that meet weekly to develop policy and legal strategies to address ongoing killings and brutality of minorities, particularly African American men, women and youth, by police officers nationwide. The coalition primarily seeks to reform outdated, biased, and inappropriate policing tactics, while ensuring necessary accountability and creating better, more sustainable relationships between the community and police. It also seeks to enhance and coordinate our joint efforts to promote multifaceted police reform.



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