Working towards racial justice by addressing the current state of gun violence in the nation
Panelists: Suzy Loftus, Assistant Chief Legal Counsel at the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department, former President of the San Francisco Police Commission; Charles Ramsey, Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation at Drexel University, former Commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department; Jeff Rosen, JD, District Attorney for the County of Santa Clara; Garen Wintemute, MD, MPH, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Violence Prevention Research Program at UC Davis
Moderator: David Studdert, JD, PhD, Professor of Medicine (PCOR/CHP) and Law at Stanford
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4. You review and reflect
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