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Twitter users are crowdsourcing resources and ideas for teaching about Ferguson and related issues using the hashtag #fergusonsyllabus.
The School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice will host a forum to explore the events in Ferguson, Missouri, following the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, and interrogating the impact of these events on our disciplines.
Date: Wednesday, September 24th
Time: 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Location: Metropolitan State University, Law Enforcement Criminal Justice and Education Center
Address: Room 112, 9110 Brooklyn Blvd. Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
Please join the conversation, which will follow a welcome by Provost Ginny Arthur, with these panel discussants:
Tim Gannon, Brooklyn Center Commander
John Harrington, Metro Transit Police Chief
Russ Balenger, Founder of the Peace Circle Movement
Mel Reeves, Community Organizer
Jillian Peterson, Faculty, Metropolitan State University
The discussion will be facilitated by Jariland Spence of the Center for Healing, Justice and Peace and Jason Sole, Metropolitan State University community faculty member.
This event is cosponsored by Metropolitan State University’s School of Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice, Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship, American Democracy Project, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Student Club and, Hennepin County Technical College School of Law Enforcement.
For more information, please contact School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice faculty member Raj Sethuraju at (763-657-3750) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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On September 10, 2014, Penumbra Theatre Company in St. Paul, MN invited the community for “Let’s Talk: Ferguson”, a discussion about the events in Ferguson, MO and the resurgence of activism around racial equity fifty years after Freedom Summer.
Teach-In held at Brown University on September 9, 2014. "Events surrounding the murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri have re-ignited conversations about racism, inequality, and increasingly militaristic policing practices in black and brown communities across the US. This Teach-In strives to create a space for campus dialogue; provide social and historical context for these events and consider the impact of emerging and ongoing portrayals and responses."