Racial Profiling of Black Men During the Pandemic – A Virtual Gathering of Leaders and Call to Action

This virtual gathering brought together nationally renowned scholar activists, researchers, and policy advisors to provide insights on the longstanding national problem of racial profiling in cities and towns across the country to raise a call to take action in midst of COVID-19 and the murders of #AhmaudArbery and #DreasjonReed. The conversation was held on Wednesday, May 13th at 3 PM ET, LIVE on FACEBOOK.


Speakers provide resources and supplemental information throughout the conversation.

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