The Feeling of Being Watched: Law Enforcement Surveillance of Black and Muslim Americans


Add to My Calendar Wednesday, February 24, 2021 7:00pm


On Wednesday, February 24th, at 7:00 p.m. EST, join the University of Alabama School of Law Middle Eastern Law Students Association — in partnership with the Black Law Student Association and the Student Bar Association — for a virtual town hall on law enforcement surveillance of Black and Muslim Americans. The panel, moderated by Professor Anil Mujumdar, will discuss how domestic spying undermines racial justice.

Baher Azmy
, Legal Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights
Camille Goldston Bennett, Founder and Executive Director of Project Say Something
Asad Dandia, writer, organizer, and Steering Committee member of the DSA Muslims Caucus
Manar Waheed, Senior Legislative and Advocacy Counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union

Watch the virtual town hall here

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February 24, 2021