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Race and Policing in time of COVID in Latin America
In recent decades, race-related police violence in Latin America and the Caribbean has received increasing attention;  such violence shows signs of having risen during the pandemic. How should this trend  be understood in the context of the region’s legacies of authoritarian rule, corruption, impunity, socio-economic inequality and racism? And how is Latin America’s experience similar or different to patterns seen in the United States in recent years?  

Please join the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) at Georgetown University and the Washington Office On Latin America (WOLA) in a conversation with three afro-latina leaders from Brazil, Colombia and Honduras who will reflect on the realities of race and police brutality in Latin America and the Caribbean in the time of COVID-19.

Nov 19, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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