With this issue of The Bridge, we continue the discussions raised in our Spring 2021 issue: Police Misconduct & Qualified Immunity: Reimagining "We the People”, Vol.6, Issue 1. That issue shared the transcription of the virtual national conference by the same name, and featured an esteemed group of experts who discussed the state of racial unrest in this country, historically and currently. To promote further dialogue and support those who work to establish stronger protections against the use and misuse of police violence, we herein highlight several key sessions featured at the recent American Association for Justice Civil Rights and Police Misconduct Litigation Seminar, which illuminate the issues and opportunities that those who litigate or in other ways pursue the civil rights agenda might strengthen their arsenal to move change forward.
"Introduction to Re-Imagining “We the People" Part Two: Transcripts from the AAJ Education’s Civil Rights and Police Misconduct Litigation Seminar,"
The Bridge: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Legal & Social Policy: Vol. 6:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.tsu.edu/thebridge/vol6/iss2/1