Is hip-hop a tool for youth liberation or youth incarceration? Join the conversation as we talk about the intersection of youth, police, and music at the 2015 Juvenile Justice Forum at the University of Maryland.
Thursday, November 5, 2015 | 6:30pm
Benjamin Banneker Room
Stamp Student Union Building
Campus Drive, College Park, Md.
The forum is sponsored by Justice for Juniors, Luther Rice Chaplaincy and co-sponsored by the UMD Hillel (Repair the World Project); the Baptist Collegiate
Panelists include representatives from the Maryland State Attorney’s Office, the NAACP, State of Maryland; the Prince George’s County Police Department; Parent Watch, Inc., the UMD African-American Studies Department; and the United Church of Christ Central Atlantic Ministry and the Council of Churches, Greater Washington, DC Conference.
Forum Co-Moderators: Rajan Bal, Senior student UMD; and Dr. Brian Engelmann,UMD Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Mistress of Ceremony: Chantelle Haynes, M.A., American University, DC.