Though police reform has been in the spotlight recently, the need for restructuring law enforcement has been an ongoing issue for many years. On Sunday, August 16th, the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture will host a platform featuring Maya Wiley, an American civil rights activist and former board chair of the NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board. Among her many accomplishments, she founded and served as president of Social Inclusion, a national policy strategy organization dedicated to dismantling structural racism. Until recently, Maya was an MSNBC legal analyst.
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