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07 Mar
Cat Brooks: The Anti Police - Terror Project (APTP)
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Cat Brooks: The Anti Police - Terror Project (APTP)

Cat Brooks, co-founder of the Anti Police-Terror Project, and an organizer for the Black Lives Matter movement, will provide a lecture on the topic of abolishing policing in America.

This lecture is part of a special topics course, ADMJ 1449: Abolishing Policing, which examines methods for building collaborative relationships with grassroots organizations from Oakland, California, Washington, DC, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Chicago, Illinois who focus their efforts on the development of new community-controlled alternatives to policing in America.
 

Thursday, March 7 at 11:30 a.m.

Pitt Bradford, Harriet B. Wick Chapel 300 Campus Drive Bradford, PA 16701