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Project Title: Proactive Policing - Effects on Crime, Communities, and Civil Liberties in the United States

PIN: DBASSE-CLAJ-14-02         

Major Unit:
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education

Sub Unit:
Committee on Law and Justice

RSO:
Malay, Majmundar

Subject/Focus Area:
Behavioral and Social Sciences; Policy for Science and Technology


Proactive Policing Webinar: Community Perspectives on Proactive Policing - Black Lives Matter (Part 2)
June 24, 2016 - June 24, 2016
Keck Center
500 5th Street, NW
Washington D.C. 20001



If you would like to attend the sessions of this meeting that are open
to the public or need more information please contact:


Contact Name: Leticia Garcilazo Green
Email: lgreen@nas.edu
Phone: (202)334-3212
Fax: (202)334-3829


Agenda:

Webinar: Community Perspectives on Proactive Policing—Black Lives Matter (Part 2)

June 24, 2016
3:00 - 4:30 pm (EST)

Moderated by: Phillip A. Goff
Speaker: Brittany N. Packnett

Brittany N. Packnett
The child of educators and a St. Louis native, Brittany taught 3rd Grade in Southeast Washington, DC in the 2007 corps. Following her time in the classroom, Brittany worked in federal education policy and advocacy for low-income students around the nation as a Capitol Hill staffer and a director of government affairs for Teach For America. She has been working to amplify the voice of young people in Ferguson through national and international press and open letters, facilitating the #FergusonFireside Conference Calls with America, engaging students in critically conscious leadership development, and helping lead Teach For Ferguson during unexpected school closings. Brittany believes every child possesses inherent value and is committed to empowering young people to lead the modern movement toward justice by building strong learners and leaders in classrooms and beyond. In 2014, Brittany was appointed to the Ferguson Commission and to President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. She was named by TIME Magazine as one of 12 New Faces of Black Leadership in January 2015. She is an alum of Washington University in St. Louis and American University in Washington. She is @MsPackyetti on Twitter.