ALTERNATIVES TO POLICING Panel Discussion, Dec 6, 2022

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Detroit, Michigan -Wayne State Law School – December 6, 2022Alternatives To Policing – live and virtual event0:00 Welcome1:44 Jeffrey Edison reads “Come Just…

Detroit, Michigan -Wayne State Law School – December 6, 2022 Alternatives To Policing – live and virtual event

0:00 Welcome 1:44 Jeffrey Edison reads “Come Justice” by Dr. Aneb Kgositsile 4:27 Julie Hurwitz introduces the event and panelists 10:20 Erin Keith presentation “Alternatives to Policing” 23:59 Rashida Tlaib 31:24 Andrea Ritchie 40:25 Stephanie Chang 51:21 Discussion 1:10:26 Q & A 1:41:40 “Where do we go from here?” discussion



ERIN KEITH Managing Policy Counsel for Detroit Justice Center (DJC) Erin leads DJC’s legislative & advocacy strategies to transform the criminal legal system. Strategies include cash bail reform, eliminating excessive fines /fees, and divesting from incarceration to fund community reinvestment.

RASHIDA TLAIB U.S. Representative for Michigan Congressional District 13 Rashida uses an all-out approach to advocacy, fighting in the community, in the legislature, and in the courts against injustice & inequality.

ANDREA RITCHIE Nationally recognized expert on policing and criminalization Andrea supports organizers working to build safer communities and is co-founder of Interrupting Criminalization and co-author (with Mariame Kaba) of No More Police.

STEPHANIE CHANG State Senator for Michigan District 1 Stephanie fights for a fairer justice system, quality education system, and economy that works for all, passing many bipartisan bills and being an unwavering voice for equity, access, opportunity, and justice.

Moderator: JULIE HURWITZ Goodman Hurwitz & James PC Civil Rights Attorney, National Lawyers Guild EVENT


Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights, at Wayne State Law School

Detroit Coalition for Police Transparency and Accountability

Detroit & Michigan National Lawyers Guild

Michigan Coalition for Human Rights

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