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06/15 - Louisiana After Ferguson (Encore Presentation)

Who polices the police in Louisiana?

The death of a black male while in the custody of the Baltimore Police Department in April sparked protests and passionate debates around the country. In January, following similar incidents in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York, Louisiana Public Square examined the tactics that law enforcement officers use in their interactions with the public, particularly African-Americans
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Join Louisiana Public Square in June for an encore broadcast of “Louisiana After Ferguson” to explore who polices the police in Louisiana? Is the mistrust of law enforcement by the black community justified? And, how effective are the use of police body cameras? Catch an encore presentation of “Louisiana After Ferguson” Wednesday, June 24 at 7 pm on LPB HD.

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06/15 - Louisiana After Ferguson (Encore Presentation)

Who polices the police in Louisiana?

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