The relationship between police and the community has been at the forefront since George Floyd was murdered on May 25, 2020. However, the perspective of Black law enforcement professionals hasn’t always been part of that conversation. This panel will explore what it’s like to be a Black police officer in today’s society and how to fight institutional racism and white supremacy from within police departments. This panel is organized by the Safe Communities Institute, the USC Black Alumni Association and the Department of Public Safety.

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