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Racism in Law Enforcement: Recognition and Reform

October 14 @ 2:00 pm UTC+0

$20.00

Racism in Law Enforcement: Recognition and Reform

October 14 @ 2:00 pm4:00 pm

SURJ Greenline Chapter, in partnership with PGAAMCC, presents:
Racism in Law Enforcement: Recognition and Reform

Distinguished advocates and reformers will discuss how racism affects both police performance and the communities in which they work.  

Ron Hampton, 20+ year veteran of DC Police Department and a National Police Accountability Project board member will provide the national context of police misconduct and reforms.

Jonathan Hutto, long-time social justice activist in Prince Georges County and author on social justice issues, will speak to the history of community policing concerns and reform efforts in our County.

 

Sunday, October 14th,
2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Prince George’s County African American Museum and Cultural Center
$20 early bird registration through October 5th, $25 after October 5th

 

Proceeds from this event will support the PGCAAMCC and the ongoing reform work of the panelists.

Please register using the link below:
bit.ly/RacismLaw

Details

Date:
October 14
Time:
2:00 pm
Cost:
$20.00
Event Tags:
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Website:
bit.ly/RacismLaw

Venue

PGAAMCC
4519 Rhode Island Avenue
North Brentwood, 20722 United States
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Phone:
(301) 809-0440
Website:
http://www.pgaamcc.org

PRINCE GEORGE’S AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM & CULTURAL CENTER

4519 Rhode Island Avenue
North Brentwood, Maryland 20722

Phone: 1 + (301) 809-0440
E-mail: info@pgaamcc.org
www.pgaamcc.org

GALLERY HOURS

Tuesday-Friday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-5:00pm

*Closed

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Dec 24-25th

New Years Eve and New Years

Day Dec 31st – Jan 1st

Renovations

Jan 22nd – Jan 29

*Evening Hours Upon Request

OUR MISSION

To celebrate and inspire the community through the cultivation, preservation, and presentation of the cultural and artistic contributions of African Americans in Prince George’s County, Maryland.