Panelists include Frederick Bell, LSU Honors student majoring in mass communication and political science; Frankie Robertson, National Advocacy Actions Lead for Moms of Black Boys United for Social Change and community advocate; Dr. Jose Torres, Assistant Professor of Sociology at LSU and former police officer; and Christopher J. Tyson, Professor of Law at LSU and CEO of the Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority. Maxine Crump, Executive Director of Dialogue on Race Louisiana, will serve as the evening’s moderator.
***Please note that there are street closures along North Blvd. from St. Louis to Lafayette. We recommend parking to the north side of the building for tonight's panel. The Third Street garage, accessible via Convention, will be open. Get directions to the garage here.***