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Spring 'Pryor Center Presents' Lecture Series Launches Jan. 21
The free virtual series is open to the public and continues through April via Zoom. The first lecture features Jeff Gruenewald on Jan. 21.
Pryor Center's Arkansas Atoll Podcast Shares Stories From Marshallese
The new podcast focuses on various topics including the Marshall Islands’ growing community in Northwest Arkansas.
Pryor Center's Series Concludes With Presentation on Body-Worn Cameras, Police Accountability
Natalie Todak, assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, for a presentation on "Body-Worn Cameras and Police Accountability: High Hopes, Lackluster Evidence."
Pryor Center's Fall Lecture Series Culminates With Presentation on Body-Worn Cameras and Police Accountability
Natalie Todak, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, will give a presentation on "Body-Worn Cameras and Police Accountability: High Hopes, Lackluster Evidence" at 6 p.m. Dec. 3.
Pryor Center Presents Continues Nov. 4 with 'Peril on Patrol: Death, Danger, and U.S. Policing'
The Pryor Center Presents lecture series continues via Zoom at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 4, featuring Michael Sierra-Arévalo, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Texas.
Consumer Racial Profiling Discussed in Upcoming Pryor Center Presents Lecture Series Event, Oct. 22
Shaun L. Gabiddon, a distinguished professor at Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, will present 'Shopping While Black: Hidden Injustices in the Private Justice System.'
Pryor Center Launches 2020-21 Season of Signature Lecture Series
Four virtual presentations centered around racism, social justice and policing are planned for this fall.