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  TUE DEC 9th 12:45pm | NVC 1-107  
  Baruch College faculty, students and staff will convene in a Town Hall dialogue on Tuesday, December 9 at 12:45pm in NVC 1-107 to discuss implications behind the Michael Brown and Eric Garner rulings. Engage in open conversation with members of the community as we work to find meaning behind these issues.

A panel of Baruch Faculty and Staff will contribute their expertise to the dialogue.
  Clarence Taylor, Ph.D Professor Taylor conducts research and teaches on modern civil rights and black power movements, African-American religion, and the modern history of New York City.

Johanna Fernandez, Ph.D Professor Fernandez conducts research and teaches on the subject of activism regarding mass incarceration of African-Americans, police misconduct, and the stop and frisk practices of the NYPD.

Glenn Petersen, Ph.D Professor Petersen is the Chair of the Sociology and Anthropology departments. He provides insight and teachings on ways to recognize repetitive patterns of abuse and to effectively give voice in ways that contribute to meaningful change.

Kieran Morrow, J.D
Baruch Chief Diversity Officer with extensive legal experience in issues surrounding diversity, employment and labor law. Her understanding of the legal system will provide a deeper understanding of the grand jury process.

Sana Reynolds, Ph.D Professor Reynolds will be moderating this dialogue. Her expertise and teachings are oncross-cultural and organizational communication, and coaching.
  There will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions and voice their concerns. Resources and action steps will be shared. Be a part of change and learn how you can make a difference.  
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