Author Discussion on Policing, Criminal Justice Reforms and Community Safety
Journalists Maya Schenwar and Victoria Law offered their thoughts on policing, criminal justice reform, and building safe communities. This virtual event was sponsored by the Brooklyn Historical Society.
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Ejeris Dixon Executive Director Vision Change Win Consulting
Marcia Ely Executive Vice President Brooklyn Historical Society->Programs and Communications
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