This discussion will be an extended conversation on policing, the Atlanta community, and intersections with protests and politics. Discussants will include Georgia State scholars, community leaders, and Georgia State police officials.
The Presidential Diversity Dialogues, part of the action plan to address the recommendations of the Task Force for Racial Equality, are meant to bring together the university community to discuss ways to eradicate structural racism.
The virtual half-day program begins at 8 a.m. and is accessible with a campus ID and password through the blue livestream buttons at https://dei.gsu.edu/diversity-dialogues/. You can also access a full program schedule at the link above.
- Reimagining Policing at Georgia State
- Impediments to Policing Reform
- Roundtable Discussion on Professional Development in Policing
- The Challenges of Policing Criminal Markets
For more about Georgia State’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, visit https://dei.gsu.edu.
Georgia State campus ID and password are required.