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“Guilty by Association” Panel on Race and Law Enforcement April 12

“Guilty by Association” Panel on Race and Law Enforcement April 12

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Auburn Hills, MI – On Wednesday Apr 12th from 7-9 p.m. on the campus of Oakland University, the Clarence E. Phillips Ascend Foundation along with the members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Tau Kappa Chapter will be hosting an event called “Guilty by Association” (2nd Edition). The physical location will be the Oakland University Ballroom located upstairs in the Oakland Center.

The featured panel will include: law enforcement professionals, political figureheads, judicial leaders and criminal re-entry specialist. This event will examine the relationship between minority communities and law enforcement.

Also, we will dwell into the: local, state and federal outlook on trying to bridge the gap between what’s myth and what is a cold dose of reality. Also, we will look to address the inner workings of the judicial system and the growth in incarceration rates due to various variables. It is our goal that during this event we will be able to gain a better understanding of these interactions ultimately leading to us as a group coming up with possible solutions and practices we can all use to strengthen this relationship. We are inviting students from Oakland University along with members of surrounding communities to be a part of this educational and eye opening experience.



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