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Humanitini: The Humanities and the Police

Join us for a conversation on how disciplines like African American Studies, History, Sociology, Law and Politics are being used as tools for training police. This panel features three local educators who are working with police in settings such as the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Anacostia Community Museum, and local college campuses. What are the goals of these programs, and are they having an impact? How do they align with the overall mission and culture of the Metropolitan

Stream Our Latest Humanitini “Stories From the Wire” Today!

On October 4th, we sat down with the Women of the Wire to explore the challenges that incarcerated women in our city face when reentering into society. In this special installment of our Humanitini series, we listened as women shared their lived experiences and discussed the role of storytelling in their work as advocates for justice reform. Now, our conversation is available for stream. Tune in below!  

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