Open Policing Project - How to Build a More Just Future
The Open Policing Project is a collaboration between journalists and statisticians at Stanford University. Hear from one of the project’s co-founders, Cheryl Phillips, about how this interdisciplinary work is creating real change for justice and equity.
Cheryl Phillips is an award-winning journalist and the Hearst Professional in Residence at Stanford University. Prior to Stanford, she was at The Seattle Times, USA Today and newspapers in Michigan, Montana and Texas.
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