The Dream Revisited: Policing and Segregation
The twenty-fourth discussion on The Dream Revisited, Policing and Segregation, examines the links between policing practices such as “stop and frisk” and race and class segregation and explores potential policy responses.
Essays in the latest discussion include:
- Policing and Segregation by Jeffrey A. Fagan, Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law at Columbia Law School and Professor of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University;
- The Dynamics of and Segregation by Race and Class by Monica Bell, Associate Professor of Law at Yale Law School;
- The New Policing, Crime Control, and Harm Reduction by Anthony A. Braga,Distinguished Professor and Director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities; and
- High Volume Stops and Violence Prevention by Philip J. Cook, ITT/Sanford Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics and Sociology at Duke University.
The Dream Revisited is a series of thoughtful debates related to racial and economic segregation in neighborhoods and schools. It is a project of the NYU Furman Center and edited by Ingrid Gould Ellen and Justin Steil. Past discussions have explored the poor door debate, implicit bias, furthering fair housing, economic segregation in schools, and segregation with the financial crisis.
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