Tonight, there will be an interpreter provided for the “How we Changed the NYPD: Building a coalition for police reform and racial justice.” ACLU representative said, “The meeting is open to the public and Candis’ talk is not-to-be missed! She helped organize with Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) in NYC win the Community Safety Act in 2013. She will share the lessons learned that can inform our work in Rochester and across the state, as well as share what still needs to be done to change the NYPD.”
Location will be at 121 N. Fitzhugh St, Rochester NY.
Starting at 6 pm on June 4 (tonight)
If you would like to learn how to change or improve the police… please join us tonight to learn more about this.
Deaf Systems Advocate
Regional Center for Independent Living (RCIL)