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Reimagining Public Safety in American Cities


Featuring Dr. Lesley Ann Noel; Brent Godfrey; Ameca Reali; and Christopher Rabb

In this virtual program, presented in partnership with The Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking at Tulane and moderated by Dr. Lesley Ann Noel; Brent Godfrey (Crescent City Corps), Ameca Reali (Law For Black Lives), and Christopher Rabb (Pennsylvania state House of Representatives) will respond to ideas presented in Anderson Barbata’s Intervention: Indigo which addresses, from an intercultural perspective, the symbolism of protection embodied by the color blue. Using design thinking strategies to address the harms of over-policing, this discussion opens an transdisciplinary conversation that includes perspectives on public law enforcement, behavioral health, the Movement for Black Lives, and US history to posit a future of public safety. 

Zoom registration link: https://tulane.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZRa8BSG5Tx2eT10fv7Z8GQ

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