Policing by Proxy: Shifting the Public Narrative about Black & Brown Youth

In this session of our 2022 Racial Justice Training Series and Book Club, Prof. Kristin Henning and Ebony Howard, Deputy Director of The Gault Center, were joined by Thomas J. Bahr, Deputy Public Defender at the Office of the San Diego Public Defender, who will discuss the California case In re Edgerrin J.; Dr. Noël A. Cazenave, Professor of Sociology at the University of Connecticut and author of Killing African Americans: Police and Vigilante Violence as a Racial Control Mechanism; and Jason Tashea, an expert in technology and the law and adjunct professor at the Georgetown Law.

This session was built around Chapter 8, Policing by Proxy of Prof. Henning’s book, The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth.

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Tags: Adolescent Development, Police, Racial Justice, Racial Justice Training Series, RJTS 2022, Trauma