Tonight’s Speakers! Join us!

Our Session this evening starts at 6:30pm. There’s still time to register today and invite your friends! bit.ly/Session2PoliceReform

Kalia Harris, Co-Executive Director of the Virginia Student Power Network (@vastudentpower) will be a panelist in our second Virtual Town Hall on #PoliceReform on June 15th! She will discuss tangible examples of alternative community care as we reimagine what safety means in our communities.

Phuong Tran, Digital Communications Manager at the ACLU of Virginia (@acluofvirginia), will be a panelist in our second Virtual Town Hall on #PoliceReform tonight! She will discuss the work ACLU-VA has done in Virginia to help shape police reform legislation.
Read more on Tran: https://www.acluva.org/en/biographies/phuong-tran

Exciting news! Joe Briggs (@joebriggsesq), Staff Counsel on the Public Policy Counsel of the NFL Players Association (@nflpa) will be a panelist in our second Virtual Town Hall on #PoliceReform on June 15th! He will discuss why advocacy and activism are important to obtaining change.

Exciting news! Senator Mamie Locke (@senatorlocke) of the 2nd District of Virginia will be a panelist in our second Virtual Town Hall on Police Reform on June 15th! She will discuss legislation surrounding #PoliceReform in Virginia. Read more about Sen. Locke here: https://www.senatorlocke.com/

Sheriff Gabe Morgan of Newport News, VA will be a panelist in our second Virtual Town Hall on #PoliceReform on June 15th! He will discuss the future of law enforcement as the reforms take shape.
Read more on Morgan: www.dcjs.virginia.gov/content/morgan-gabe

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