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Today we had the opportunity to hear from project managers across the country about police legitimacy, structural racism, and community safety. Thank you to everyone who is showing up, having courageous conversations, and pushing for change.
TODAY: Join Urban League of Southern Connecticut and NNSC's Louisa Aviles, Director of Group Violence to talk about race and building community. https://t.co/lA9JAwOgCi
NNSC directed the DOJ’s National Initiative in 6 cities; including Minneapolis. Despite promising results, it was not enough to prevent the death of George Floyd. @urbaninstitute ’s Jesse Jannetta reckoned with that, and what departments can do.
Rachel Teicher, Director of the Intimate Partner Violence Intervention at NNSC talks about online restraining order systems. https://t.co/IfxToh7h0t
David Kennedy speaking about police supervision and police misconduct. https://t.co/R38KnxRZ15
COVID-19 is magnifying the legitimacy crisis in the public health system. Join health and safety experts to discuss the historical and present harms that communities of color disproportionately suffer, and what medical authorities could do to respond. https://t.co/dW1ilvSvDb
FACTCHECK: Facebook post shared almost 9,000 times says a sheriff’s department is warning of criminal gangs are using children to lure women for rape. The post is a known hoax, and NNSC's David Kennedy said, “this is just not how gangs behave” https://t.co/Cv8gAHU4F4
Register for a panel on ways to understand and acknowledge the roots of mistrust, opportunities for building greater trust and legitimacy — including more equitable public health outcomes — for our nation’s most impacted people during COVID-19. https://t.co/dW1ilwa71L
Police-community Reconciliation addresses the distrust between law enforcement and survivors of intimate partner violence. Reconciliation acknowledges past harms, creates meaningful changes in practice and policy, increases legitimacy, and gives survivors a seat at the table.