A New Language of Justice: Policing, Race, and Identity Traps in the Era of Trump - DeWitt Lecture - UCSD-TV - University of California Television
A New Language of Justice: Policing, Race, and Identity Traps in the Era of Trump - DeWitt Lecture
Premiere Date: 2/6/2017; 52 minutes
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Phillip Atiba Goff, Co-Founder and President, Center for Policing Equity, is a psychologist known for researching the relationship between race and policing in the United States. He is an expert in contemporary forms of racial bias and discrimination. In a "A New Language of Justice," Dr. Goff outlines an updated, research-based framework for discussing issues of community and race relations as they pertain to law enforcement policies, one that emphasizes outcomes rather than intentions. Recorded on 01/12/2017. (#31654)

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