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Interdisciplinary Committee on Poverty, Race & Crime (ICPRC)

ICPRC logoThe Interdisciplinary Committee on Poverty, Race and Crime (ICPRC), is composed of faculty across the district. As the committee title suggests, we seek to better understand the role of poverty, race and crime in our communities from sociological, criminological, criminal justice, political and historical perspectives and how the intersection of these perspectives influence policy and society as a whole. We educate & encourage civil discussion by bringing awareness to the community through events such as documentaries, panel discussions and guest speakers.

Past events have covered a variety of topics, to include: wrongful convictions, police use of force, police-community relations, systemic & systematic racism, and the effects of incarceration on the reintegration into society.  Prior event posters can be found here.  

Future and current events posters here

Event details found here in CourgarConnect