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Intelligence Squared
U.S. Debate
Policing is
racially biased

Wednesday, January 11, 2017  |  6:45pm

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Pre-Debate Reception | 5:45pm
Debate | 6:45pm
Post-Debate Reception to follow for VIP ticket holders

In 2014, the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, set off a wave of protests and sparked a movement targeting racial disparities in criminal justice. How have recent incidents shaped our view of policing? Does crime drive law enforcement’s use of force, or is there racial bias?

For:
Marq Claxton, Black Law Enforcement Alliance & Retired NYPD Detective
Gloria Browne-Marshall, Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, John Jay College of Criminal Justice & Former Civil Rights Attorney

Against:
Heather Mac Donald, John M. Olin Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor to City Journal
Harry Stern, Attorney, Rains Lucia Stern & Former Police Officer

VIP tickets include access to the debate and a private, post-debate reception in honor of the debaters.  Immediately following the debate, enjoy a celebrator toast at Landmarc within blocks of Kaufman Center. Meet John Donvan, the debaters, IQ2US council members and other influencers and audience members.  Availability is extremely limited.  Purchase the General Admission & Private Reception to join.

Tickets will go on sale soon.

Merkin Concert Hall

Tel: 212 501 3330
boxoffice@kaufmanmusiccenter.org

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