Upcoming Engagements

January 27, 2017
“Police Compliance, Body Cams, and Black Lives: Racial Bias in the Criminal Justice System”
Population Research Center
University of Texas at Austin

Feb 22, 2017
“Police Compliance, Body Cams, and Black Lives: Racial Bias in the Criminal Justice System”
MD CRAB
School of Public Health
University of Maryland

Feb. 25, 2017
“Can Cameras Stop the Killings? Racial Differences in Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Body-worn Cameras in Police Encounters”
Eastern Sociological Society Conference
Philadelphia, PA

March 30, 2017
“Trump’s Silent Majority, Social Comparisons, and Social Class Identification in America”
Southern Sociological Society Conference
Greenville, SC

March 31, 2017
“The Social Psychology of Criminalization: Police-Citizen Interactions and Racial Bias in the Criminal Justice System”
Department African American Studies
Emory University
Atlanta, GA

April 21, 2017
“The Rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement in the U.S.”
Edda Center of Excellence
University of Iceland
Reykjavík, Iceland

July 10, 2017
“Research on the Pursuit of Justice for Black Lives”
Johannesburg, South Africa

August 12-15, 2017
American Sociological Association Conference
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

September 29-September 30, 2017
Ford Foundation Scholars Conference
San Juan, Puerto Rico