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Reimagining Public Safety in American Cities

February 25 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

| Free

Reimagining Public Safety in American Cities

Free
February 25 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

In this virtual program, presented in partnership with Tulane’s Newcomb Art Museum 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 a 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.

Register and read full event information: https://newcombartmuseum.tulane.edu/event/reimagining-public-safety-in-american-cities

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