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Feb. 5: Public debate considers inequality in law enforcement

public-square-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – Recent events in Ferguson, Mo., and New York City have prompted questions nationwide about equality in law enforcement.

Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to engage in a civil discussion about this topic at noon Thursday, Feb. 5, in Butch’s Den in the CUB lower level at Washington State University.

The event is part of the WSU Public Square project. Learn more at http://cce.wsu.edu/events/public-square-program/.

Students should register for the event on CougSync, https://orgsync.com/50701/opportunities/974098/occurrences/2136798. Students earn one hour of civic engagement credit for participating.

 

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