[IMC-Audio] PART 1: What does security and policing mean to you?
CKUT Community News Collective
news at ckut.ca
Fri Mar 23 15:12:30 PDT 2007
PART 1: What does security and policing mean to you?
(MP3 and OGG audio: http://ckutnews.wordpress.com/)
A four-part radio series on racial profiling and police brutality. Stay
tuned for Part 2, Wednesday, March 28th between 5-6pm on CKUT 90.3fm.
This first hour includes a discussion with Youth in Motion based in the
neighborhood of Little Burgundy, Head and Hands Street Workers, plus an
interview with Paul Chablo - Head Inspector of Media Relations at
Montreal’s Police Department. Also includes an excerpt from a conference
on racial profiling from a conference held at McGill University by the
Black Law Students’ Association and the Center for Action on Race
Music: Kalmunity, KRS1, the Clash, & Paleface
This series includes discussions, interviews, a workshop for youth on
what are your rights, and a public event (see below) at McGill
University. For more information email news [AT] ckut [dot] ca or call
THURSDAY March 29, 6:00pm-9:00pm, 3480 McTavish St. (Shatner Building)
Social Justice Days keynote - Racial Profiling and Police Brutality:
Standing up and Speaking Out
Participants: Khadija Bennis, twin sister of Anas Bennis and
spokesperson for the Justice for Anas Coalition ; Jade, speaking on
racial profiling of Natives in Montreal ; and Rodney Patricio,
chairperson for UKPC and Kabataang Montreal - a Filipino youth
organisation based in Cote-des-Neiges.
Hosted by author and journalist, Fimo R. Mitchell
Presentation by Collective Opposed to Police Brutality
Sponsored by QPIRG McGill, CKUT, SSMU's Equity Commissioner and the
Black Students' Network
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