Northeastern Reflects: “Profiling, Protest, and Politics: Understanding Ferguson”

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An educational series on civic sustainability for the Northeastern community hosted by Michael S. Dukakis in conjunction with the Presidential Council on Inclusion and Diversity

Profiling, Protest, and Politics: Understanding Ferguson

An interdisciplinary panel of Northeastern faculty considers the broader forces that have shaped and emerged from the events in Ferguson, Missouri.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
7-8:30 p.m.

Curry Student Center Ballroom

Featuring Panelists:

Amy Farrell

Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Roderick L. Ireland, PhD ‘98

Distinguished Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, and Former Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

Sarah J. Jackson

            Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, College of Arts, Media, and Design

John Portz

Professor of Political Science, College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Moderator:
Ralph C. Martin II

            Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Northeastern University

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