Lecture Description

This presentation tells the unfamiliar story of Black New Yorkers’ longstanding political fight against police brutality during the 1980s; a period widely remembered for urban decay, economic instability, political conservativism, crime, racial violence, and new cultural music and art forms.


Crime, Violence, Incarceration Race

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