Throughout the year, the Collaborative hosts events such as:
- Talks by faculty associates and visiting speakers;
- Academic conferences and symposia; and
- Training courses for rule of law practitioners.
Bridging the Divide: African American Communities and Law Enforcement
April 7, 2017
USC School of Law Auditorium
701 Main Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Tensions between African American communities and law enforcement continue to rise in the United States. The difficult relationship is further evident in the deep-rooted racial divisions in the public's view of law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Recent experiences have exacerbated long-standing tensions and widened the gap between these two groups.
On April 7, 2017, the University of South Carolina convened a symposium to address one possible solution to bridge the divide between African American communities and law enforcement: wide-scale restorative justice.
This event was in collaboration with the Rule of Law Collaborative, University of
South Carolina School of Law, and the University of South Carolina African American