Police the Public, or Protect It? Police Violence and Racism in America und Germany

On 14th of July at 7pm the Criminal Justive Reform Project held an Online event with the topic Police the Public, or Protect It? Police Violence and Racism in America und Germany

with Prof. George Andreopoulos and Prof. Marie-Michelle Strah - The Center for International Human Rights, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University New York (CUNY), New York (http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/center-international-human-rights).

In the 11 June 2020 issue of the New York Times, Amanda Taub stated that „The American police face a crisis of legitimacy. And its consequences reach far beyond policing itself. Those intent on remaking law enforcement to redress decades of racial injustice would do well to look at the experiences of other countries that have wrestled with just that challenge.” Together with Prof. George Andreopoulos and Prof. Marie Michelle Strah from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University New York , we discussed racism and violence in the American police and the situation in Germany.

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