When Communities come together to Challenge Toronto Police Service Response (Part 3)

Dr. Alok Mukherjee (Distinguished Visiting Professor, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Department of Criminology); Aseefa Sarang (Executive Director of Across Boundaries); Haran Vijayanathan (Executive Director of the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention); and Howard Morton (Criminal defense counsel. Former Chief Prosecutor for Ontario. Former Director SIU)
Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 5:27 PM

As a part of Social Justice Week, the Office of The Vice-President, Equity and Community Inclusion, is bringing together experts to interrogate the police response in two high profile, high-risk situations in Toronto. Showcasing the role of institutional oppression in preventing a just outcome for marginalized communities, the panellists will examine and explore outcomes related to the death of Andrew Loku and the circumstances that led to the creation of an external investigation into the missing person(s) and the 2SLGBTQ+ community. A discussion on effective community strategies utilized in both situations to advocate for systemic change will follow. Dr. Alok Mukherjee (Distinguished Visiting Professor, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Department of Criminology) moderated the discussion.

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When communities come together to challenge Toronto Police Service response series

When Communities come together to Challenge Toronto Police Service Response (Part 1)

When Communities come together to Challenge Toronto Police Service Response (Part 1)

Dr. Alok Mukherjee (Distinguished Visiting Professor, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Department of Criminology); Aseefa Sarang (Executive Director of Across Boundaries); Haran Vijayanathan (Executive Director of the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention); and Howard Morton (Criminal defense counsel. Former Chief Prosecutor for Ontario. Former Director SIU)

When Communities come together to Challenge Toronto Police Service Response (Part 2)

When Communities come together to Challenge Toronto Police Service Response (Part 2)

Dr. Alok Mukherjee (Distinguished Visiting Professor, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Department of Criminology); Aseefa Sarang (Executive Director of Across Boundaries); Haran Vijayanathan (Executive Director of the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention); and Howard Morton (Criminal defense counsel. Former Chief Prosecutor for Ontario. Former Director SIU)

When Communities come together to Challenge Toronto Police Service Response (Part 3)

When Communities come together to Challenge Toronto Police Service Response (Part 3)

Dr. Alok Mukherjee (Distinguished Visiting Professor, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Department of Criminology); Aseefa Sarang (Executive Director of Across Boundaries); Haran Vijayanathan (Executive Director of the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention); and Howard Morton (Criminal defense counsel. Former Chief Prosecutor for Ontario. Former Director SIU)

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