This Month in the Network

As this month ends we are deeply saddened by the recent verdict given by the Lousiville grand jury responsible for trying the three police officers involved in the Breonna Taylor shooting. As we have made space in our network over the last few months to reflect on the senseless killing of Breonna Taylor, and the many other victims of police aggression and brutality, we had hoped for and expected justice for these losses. In light of this frustrating and damning time, we would like to again dedicate our online exhibit and resource section to information that supports social justice. In this edition of the JAAN Newsletter, you will also find information on conferences, professional appointments, recent scholarship, and historical events. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter at the bottom of this page and help us grow our organization. 

To read more about Breonna Taylor, click here
To help support the ACLU in their fight for social justice, click here
To learn more about institutional racism, click here
To listen to NPR's "On Point" podcast about racism in 2020, click here


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