The Racialized State Violence in Global Perspective Conference features intellectuals from around the world who work on racialized police violence. The symposium sets a space for discussions on the global importance and implications of this issue (i.e., economic inequality, state power, racism, etc.) while also aiming to engage scholars in possible opportunities to work towards justice.
Presented by Hannah Appel, Jessica Cattelino, Norma Mendoza-Denton of the Department of Anthropology and Jemima Pierre of UCLA African American Studies.
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