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A Complex Community Conversation on Tyre Nichols: Examining Community Trauma and Mental Health| Race and Community Dialogue Series

The Center on Crime, Race, and Justice and its Community Advisory Board present the second installment of its 3rd Annual Race and Community Dialogue Series. We hope you’ll join us for “A Complex Community Conversation on Tyre Nichols: Examining Community Trauma and Mental Health.” This conversation builds upon earlier University discussions surrounding Tyre Nichols, examining the impact on mental health in communities of color.

This lecture series is a CRJ Community Advisory Board led event and consists of three panel discussions exploring important topics on race and communities of color that impact the city of Boston. This event is complimentary, but please register in order to receive the livestream link.

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