Time: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Multicultural Center
A series of events, programs and dialogues will take place 9/23-9/27. They will explore topics that have recently come to the forefront regarding the law and how people of difference are (mis)treated. Cases such as Oscar Grant and the Zimmerman Verdict are well known, but there have been countless others. We invite the OSU community to join us as we explore these topics, create a safe place for exploration and move toward a more inclusive and informed Ohio State.
Tuesday's event: "Red, Rights, and Blue"
Multicultural Center Meeting Room - 6-8pm
This panel of individuals that are well verse in the law and its procedures will discuss their methods of practice and answer common questions that directly affect civilians. They will also discuss best practices when confronted by police officers or law officials. Participants in this discussion should come away with a better understanding of their own rights and become more familiar with the intentions of law enforcement.Moderator: Justin Moses, Director of Student Conduct, OSU
- Kimberly Sprears-McNatt, Lieutenant, OSU PD
- Bryan Thompson, K-9 Officer, OSU PD
- Cassi Schaffer, Joint Patrol Officer, OSU PD and CPD
Brought to you by: Ohio State: No Place for Hate, the Office of Student Life, the Student Life Multicultural Center, Kirwan Institute for The Study of Race and Ethnicity, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Frank W. Hale, Jr. Black Cultural Center, and the Bell National Resource Center.
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