Ripon College Safety Panel – Police-Community Relations

October 19th: 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm @ Great Hall

The role of police has come under question as incidents of violence crossing racial lines are no longer invisible to the larger national community. Panelists will take part in a shared conversation to discuss Ripon College student safety in an outside of the campus community. They will have the opportunity to speak of experiences and perspectives (personal narratives, purpose, new understanding, and next steps).


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