70 minutes | Sep 6th 2020

Policing, Race, and Potential for Change

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Catch up on the Providence College Summer Anti-Racism Series on the Providence College Podcast. 
 
Kat Kerwin of the Providence City Council and Eugene Monteiro, executive director of the Mt. Hope Neighborhood Association and investigator for the Providence External Review Authority discussed policing, race, and the opportunity for change during their Anti-Racism Summer Series presentation in August. Kerwin and Monteiro  focused on the intersections of policing and race in our local community of Providence and across the nation. Carlene Fonseca of the Feinstein Institute for Public Service and Dr. Keith Morton, professor of public and community service studies, served as moderators.

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