African American Mothering and the Survival of Children

Adrienne Edwards

Adrienne Edwards

Lecturer at University of Nevada, Reno
Adrienne L. Edwards (PhD, Virginia Tech) is a Lecturer of Human Development and Family Studies and Faculty Affiliate of the Gender, Race, and Identity Program at the University of Nevada, Reno. She conducts research on how culture and gender intersect to influence parenting practices and child development. She teaches courses related to parenting, family relationships, and child development.
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High profile police-related shootings of African American adolescents and men have become an almost constant topic in the news today. News coverage of grieving family

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Producing Bias-Free Policing: A Science-Based Approach

Dr. Lorie Fridell

Dr. Lorie Fridell

She is a national expert on biased law enforcement.She trains state and local law enforcement leadership in the United States and Canada in “Fair and Impartial Policing” and she and her colleagues are creating and administering customized versions for the ATF, DEA, FBI and US Marshals. She has written articles, chapters and several books on this topic.Her most recent book (Springer 2016) is entitled Producing Bias-Free Policing:A Science-Based Approach.
Dr. Lorie Fridell

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The #1 issue facing policing today are the allegations that officers act on stereotypes and biases.   This issue was also front and center back in

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