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Black & Brown on Blue: Piercing the Police Wall of Silence
January 24 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Policing Accountability Event Jan 24 , 2019 (1)

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Heroic activists have pushed for change in policing for years, but recently push has come from police officers themselves. The NYPD 12, and the PG13, are current examples. In 2015, 12 people of color officers filed a landmark class-action lawsuit in NY over illegal policing quotas. In 2018 13 Prince George’s County police officers of color filed suit, accusing the department of discrimination and retaliation for reporting other officers’ bad behavior.

WHEN WILL THE GOOD COPS FINALLY SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE BAD ONES? The award-winning film, Crime + Punishment, chronicles a group of Black & Latino whistleblower cops & the young people they are pressured to arrest in NYC. Risking their lives & careers, they covertly gathered the evidence needed to bring their employer to court as depicted in this powerful and suspenseful film.

4pm  Networking, Reception & Dinner

5pm  Film Screening “Crime+Punishment”

7pm  Panel Discussion (Speakers to be Announced)

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Details

Date:
January 24
Time:
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Organizer

Justice Roundtable; Metropolitan A.M.E. Church; National Network for Justice; Columbia University Center for Justice; Stop Police Terror Project DC; Multicultural Media Telecom and Internet Council; Institute of the Black World 21st Century; Black Lives Matter DMV

Venue

True Reformer Building
1200 U Street NW
Washington, D.C., DC 20009 United States
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