Freddie Gray & the Baltimore Riots: Lessons in 21st Century Policing Leadership

Kevin Davis, Baltimore’s 39th Police Commissioner, recounted a big city police culture and its relationship with its residents in his presentation of the historic riots in 2015: the riots, the criminal charges against The Baltimore 6, the ensuing spike in murders, a Department of Justice civil rights investigation that led to a consent decree, and the politics that accompany urban policing from an insider’s perspective.
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Hybrid Unions: The Catholic Church and the Racial Laws in Italian East Africa (1935-1939)

On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the anti-Jewish laws in Italy, Prof. Lucia Ceci’s talk examined how the Holy See developed a doctrinal statement and assumed an institutional position towards the first racist laws which Fascist Government introduced in the colonies after the conquest of Ethiopia, when Mussolini planned to build an Italian Empire that was homogeneous from the biological and cultural point of view.
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