Racial Profiling and
How to provide better public safety
by building public trust.
David A. Harris
University of Pittsburg School of Law
Author of: Good Cops: The Case for Preventive Policing and
Profiles in Injustice: Why Racial Profiling Cannot Work
Dr. Harris will discuss racial bias in police work and strategies police departments can use to protect individual rights and public safety.
2 pm, Wednesday, July 21,
Lincoln University Langston Hughes Theatre,
Martin Luther King Hall, East Dunklin and Cherry Streets,
7 pm, Wednesday, July 21,
1701 West Ash, Columbia
The Sparkplug Foundation makes these events possible through a grant to the Missouri Association for Social Welfare
Also sponsored by: American Civil Liberties Union, Americans for Forfeiture Reform, Anti-Defamation League, Boone County Libertarian Party, City of Columbia Human Rights Commission and Department of Public Health and Human Services, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Islamic Center of Central Missouri, Jefferson City Multicultural Forum, Jefferson City PFLAG, Keep Columbia Free, Lincoln University Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Missouri Association for Social Welfare, Missouri Department of Peace, Missouri Human Rights Commission, Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates, Missouri Interfaith IMPACT, NAACP, NORML, PROMO, St Louis Human Rights Services, St Louis Interfaith Committee on Latin America, St Louis Women’s Voices Raised for Social Justice, and others.
For more information:
Don Love, MASW Human Rights Task Force Chair
573 875 7918 or firstname.lastname@example.org