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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presents Civil Discourse Series: Law Enforcement and Communities of Color in DFW

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present a conversation about the relationship between local law enforcement and communities of color. Panelists will discuss the current state of these relations, racial profiling, community policing, and how to build trust between these groups in today’s climate.

Panelists include Will D. Johnson, Police Chief, Arlington Police Department; Sara Mokuria, Co-Founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality and Associate Director for Leadership Initiatives with The Institute for Urban Policy Research at the University of Texas at Dallas; and Dr. Brian Williams, trauma surgeon and immediate past Chair of the Dallas Citizens Police Review Board.

This panel will be moderated by Cassandra Jaramillo, reporter for The Dallas Morning News.

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present a conversation about the relationship between local law enforcement and communities of color. Panelists will discuss the current state of these relations, racial profiling, community policing, and how to build trust between these groups in today’s climate.

Panelists include Will D. Johnson, Police Chief, Arlington Police Department; Sara Mokuria, Co-Founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality and Associate Director for Leadership Initiatives with The Institute for Urban Policy Research at the University of Texas at Dallas; and Dr. Brian Williams, trauma surgeon and immediate past Chair of the Dallas Citizens Police Review Board.

This panel will be moderated by Cassandra Jaramillo, reporter for The Dallas Morning News.

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present a conversation about the relationship between local law enforcement and communities of color. Panelists will discuss the current state of these relations, racial profiling, community policing, and how to build trust between these groups in today’s climate.

Panelists include Will D. Johnson, Police Chief, Arlington Police Department; Sara Mokuria, Co-Founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality and Associate Director for Leadership Initiatives with The Institute for Urban Policy Research at the University of Texas at Dallas; and Dr. Brian Williams, trauma surgeon and immediate past Chair of the Dallas Citizens Police Review Board.

This panel will be moderated by Cassandra Jaramillo, reporter for The Dallas Morning News.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
300 N. Houston St.
Dallas, TX 75202
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$10
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