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- Current context for police reform in NYC and nationally
- Lessons learned from CPR's multi-strategy, multi-sector campaign
- Opportunities and challenges for winning long-term change to end discriminatory and abusive policing - from organizing and funding perspectives
- Monifa Bandele, Member, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and CPR steering committee
- Jose Lopez, Lead Organizer, Make the Road New York and CPR steering committee
- Yul-san Liem, Co-Director, Justice Committee
- Mark Winston Griffith, Executive Director, Brooklyn Movement Center
- Joo-Hyun Kang, Director, Communities United for Police Reform (CPR)
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