Detroit, MI 48202
A panel of WSU alumni and other experts explore the causality and residuum of violence in the city of Detroit. The discussion is presented by the Forum on Contemporary Issues in Society as part of City Under Siege: A University Forum on the Crime Crisis in Detroit, and coordinated in association with the Law School, School of Social Work and Department of Criminal Justice at Wayne State University.
A light reception immediately follows the panel discussion.
3 - 4:30 p.m.
4:30 - 5:30
David Allasio, clinical social worker, Children’s Hospital
Abed Hammoud, assistant U.S. attorney, Eastern District of Michigan
Poco Kernsmith, associate professor, School of Social Work
Margaret Raben, attorney, Gurewitz & Raben, PLC
John Ridley, juvenile corrections counselor, Wayne County
Tory Tederington, police officer, Wayne State University Police Department
Attendance is complimentary. However, seating is limited,
and registration is required.
Please visit focis.wayne.edu for more information and to register.