Walking Free While Black: Unlocking Streets, Communities

Some of our most recent national news stories paint a definitive picture: institutional racism, which has a long and painful history for many Americans, is still very much a part of our lives.

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Join Us: on Dec. 6 for "Stop and Frisk and Marijuana Arrests: Policing Communities of Color in Harlem and Beyond"

In 2011, More than 684,000 individuals, primarily young African-American and Latino men and women, were stopped under New York City's controversial "Stop and Frisk" policy. Now the Center and key partners will spotlight the devastating consequences of these and related policing tactics in a community justice forum on Thursday, November 15, 2012 at the City College of New York

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