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Blue Police in Black Communities

With rioting simultaneously taking place in over 100 cities across the United States, WNPR Where We Live recorded a live broadcast at Central Connecticut State University. They brought together academics and activists, researchers and a law enforcement officer, to join in frank conversation with students and others from the community. Continue reading

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MARION BARRY OFFERED UNIQUE EXAMPLE TO URBAN POLITICS

Marion Barry Jr. will leave behind a legacy of hope and redemption particularly for Black men who often find themselves on the “wrong side of the law” and end up in the criminal justice system. Some of the urban blue print for the re-entry of Black males may well reside in his life example. Continue reading

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