North Campus SGA To Host Community Policing And Systemic Change Webinar

Community Policing and the Process of Systematic Change, the third installment of the Social Justice and Racial Equity Webinar Series, will take place on Aug. 3 at 2 p.m. through Google Meets. 

Raimundo Socorro—dean of the School of Justice, Public Safety and Law Studies at North Campus—will discuss the importance of working with communities to implement systemic change. 

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The free webinar series was created to start a conversation on racial inequities in the United States, and bring awareness to the challenges Black communities face. The four-part series launched on July 20. 

Stephen Hunter Johnson, president of 100 Black Men of South Florida, will host the last webinarStudent Leaders for Change Panel Discussionon Aug. 10 at  2 p.m.   

“We’re giving our student peers a platform to express their concerns, ideas and product of change,” said North Campus Student Life Director Lorraine Wright. ‘We hope these webinars will give our peers the voice to create change on campus and within their community.”

For more information, contact Lorraine Wright at (305) 237-1270 or