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John Jay in the Media is an e-publication of the Office of Marketing and Communications that informs the campus community about the impressive coverage that our faculty, staff, students and alumni frequently receive in the media. The newsletter includes links to highlights of John Jay College's media coverage.

 

 

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WREG-TV • March 22, 2021

Author Chat with Gloria Browne-Marshall

In celebration of Women's History Month, the National Civil Rights Museum presented a virtual book talk featuring John Jay Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, author of She Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law, and Power 1619-1969.

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National Gen Z and Millennial Community • March 22, 2021

Is There An Us vs. Them? Understanding Police Culture

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld discussed police culture and its contribution to some of the problems we see in policing.

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Spectrum News NY1 • March 24, 2021

Inside City Hall

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang discussed the political fight between NYC mayoral candidates Eric Adams and Andrew Yang, the candidacy of Scott Stringer, and the scandals surrounding Governor Andrew Cuomo.

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WNET-TV • March 25, 2021

Metrofocus

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd.

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Center for Brooklyn History • March 26, 2021

What Signs Say, Part One: The Aesthetics of Gentrification & What Signs Say Part Two: Nostalgia and Activism on the Streets

Anthropology Professors Shonna Trinch and Edward Snajdr discussed their book, "What the Signs Say: Language, Gentrification, and Place-Making in Brooklyn" which explores how changes in the look and language of New York City’s storefronts signal a gentrifying neighborhood.

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NPR/National Public Radio • March 26, 2021

Radio clip from National Public Radio Part 1 & National Public Radio Clip Part 2

Professor of Psychology Kevin Nadal discussed the links between discrimination and mental health, and how people who have been exposed to racism can find strength and healing.

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WNYC-FM • March 26, 2021

Radio clip from WNYC-FM (Radio)

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, discussed the surge in gun violence in NYC.

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CBC Radio One • March 29, 2021

Prospects for Police Reform in the U.S.

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, discussed public safety, use of force, the militarization of police and the social conditions that foment crime.

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All in a Day - CBO-FM (CBC Radio One Ottawa 91.5) • March 29, 2021

The Death of George Floyd and the Police Reform Movement

Associate Professor of Criminology Eric Piza discussed how the conversation around policing has changed after the death of George Floyd.

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YouTube • March 29, 2021

Derek Chauvin murder trial begins with opening statements

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the CUNY Graduate Center joined CBSN to discuss the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd as both the prosecution and defense gave their opening statements.

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WCBS-AM • March 30, 2021

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Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the CUNY Graduate Center commented on the number of Minneapolis police department officials who will testify against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

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WTIC-AM • March 30, 2021

CBS Radio

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the CUNY Graduate Center commented on the strategy used by the defense team former of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

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WVON-AM • March 30, 2021

Radio clip from AM 1690 WVON

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the new Georgia voting law in the context of American history.

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WOSU-FM • March 31, 2021

All Sides with Ann Fisher - Rise In Youth Violence

David Kennedy, director of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, discussed the root causes of youth violence and the push for an all-hands-on-deck community response.

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NewsNation • March 31, 2021

Banfield

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky discussed the three autopsy reports of George Floyd.

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ESPN - New York Bureau • March 31, 2021

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Police determine cause of Tiger Woods crash but won't release it; LA Country Sheriff Alex Villanueva says investigators need permission from Woods to release information about the February crash.

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone questioned the Los Angeles County sheriff's claim that investigators need permission from Tiger Woods to release information about his serious SUV crash.

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KCUR-FM • March 31, 2021

NPR Morning Edition

Professor Emeritus Lawrence Kobilinsky examined the autopsy report of a slain Kansas City black woman murdered in 1996 and explained her cause of death.

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WDEL-FM • March 31, 2021

Radio clip from WDEL 101.7

David Kennedy, director of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay, was mentioned for his work in implementing the Group Violence Intervention Program in Wilmington, Delaware.

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NewsNation • March 31, 2021

NewsNation Prime

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained the lawsuit two Capitol police officers filed against President Trump for inciting the January 6th Capitol riot where they suffered injuries.

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Crime Report • March 11, 2021

Why Culture Change for Prosecutors is 'More Than Hiring People of Color'

Alissa Marque Heydari, Deputy Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, along with some the nation’s top District Attorneys released an open letter reflecting on the role prosecutors, particularly Black and Brown prosecutors and their staff of color, play in a justice system that harms communities of color.

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PublicSource • March 16, 2021

How transparent is Allegheny County Jail compared to other PA jails? We requested their mental health policies to find out.

Gerard Bryant, Director of the Wellness Center and Adjunct Professor of Psychology, explained why Allegheny County Jail should be transparent with the public regarding its mental health policies.

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Newsday • March 16, 2021

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'AMITYVILLE HORROR' KILLER DIES IN PRISON; Ronald DeFeo Jr. massacred family on Ocean Ave. in '74

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Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the Amityville murders as a former investigator and a Long Island resident.

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Globenewswire • March 17, 2021

The National Civil Rights Museum presents the She Took Justice Virtual Book Talk Tamar Securities Financial Portal Home

In celebration of Women's History Month, the National Civil Rights Museum held a virtual book talk featuring author Gloria J. Browne-Marshall and her new book, She Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law, and Power 1619-1969.

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Bloomberg Environment • March 17, 2021

Convictions of Police Alone Won't Fix What's Wrong With Law Enforcement

Distinguished Lecturer Tanya Coke, who leads the Ford Foundation's Gender, Racial and Ethnic Justice team, wrote about the legal hurdles to convict former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin and why a transformation in how we think about public safety is needed.

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The Indypendent - Online • March 17, 2021

Looking Back on One Year in Pandemic

Adjunct Professor Karen Malpede wrote an article about her husband's illness and recovery, teaching on Zoom, and the multitude of issues the nation faced during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Marie Claire Online • March 17, 2021

Elisa Crespo: "I'm Not Here to Make History"

John Jay alum Elisa Crespo is running for New York City Council to represent District 15 in the Bronx and if elected, will become the first transgender legislator in the state of New York.

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Communique • March 18, 2021

7 Questions with Robin J. Kempf, author of "Safety and Security in Hotels and Home Sharing"

Assistant Professor Chelsea Binns co-authored “Safety and Security in Hotels and Home Sharing,” which reviews crime data, laws and applicable theories to compare how responsibility for crime control and accident prevention is handled by hotels versus the home sharing industry.

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Rising Up with Sonali • March 18, 2021

The Awakening of Malcolm X – Rising Up with Sonali

Adjunct Professor Ilyasah Shabazz, the daughter of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz, co-authored a young adult fictionalized biography of her father's teenage years called "The Awakening Of Malcolm X."

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Queens Chronicle - Central Edition - Online • March 18, 2021

'Everyone knew what was going to happen'

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone criticized the plan to close Rikers Island and build four borough-based jails.

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New York Amsterdam News Online • March 18, 2021

PSC-CUNY backs Stringer's report on university's contributions

Using data provided by the CUNY Office of Institutional Research and Census data on Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes, John Jay alumnus New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer released a report and praised CUNY students, graduates and employees for their contributions to New York City.

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Queens Daily Eagle • March 18, 2021

Queens judge offers 'supreme' advice to Richmond Hill High students

John Jay alumna and Principal Law Clerk Jasmine Valle shared her personal experiences in the legal field in the Women's History Month-themed talk, “Justice with Women of Purpose.”

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Yahoo! Lifestyle • March 19, 2021

'There are conflicting emotions' when families call authorities

Professor of Psychology Elizabeth Jeglic discussed the psychological and ethical struggle of people who turn in their family or friends into the authorities.

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The Black Star News • March 19, 2021

Reimagining Public Safety, Police Reform and Racial Justice in 2021

John Jay College, The Center for American Progress, and the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation virtually gathered 1,000 advocates, researchers, artists, and practitioners for the Innovations Conference, a multiday exploration of what it means to reimagine public safety and shrink the footprint of the justice system.

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Publicnow • March 19, 2021

D.A. Vance Launches New York's First D.A. "Data Dashboard" in Groundbreaking Move Toward Transparency in Criminal Justice

Preeti Chauhan, Director of the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College, commented on the Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, Jr.'s launch of a groundbreaking 'Data Dashboard' which provides the public with comprehensive data about the Manhattan D.A.'s Office's prosecutions.

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Crime Report • March 19, 2021

Prosecutors and the 'Moral Imperative' for Transparency

Lucy Lang, the former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay, and Erica Bond, Policy Director of the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay, wrote an article on prosecutors' moral imperative to use data in a sustained and transparent way.

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GothamGazette.com • March 19, 2021

The State Assembly Must Step Up for At-Risk Families Like Mine

John Jay parent Gizel Garcia wrote an op-ed calling for the state assembly to include rental assistance for homeless families in the state budget.

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Chicago Sun-Times Online • March 19, 2021

Former suburban cop hopes to cash in on new body-camera law in Illinois

Associate Professor of Criminology Eric Piza discussed police body cameras and police use of force.

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MSN Lifestyle • March 19, 2021

Relationships between influencers and their fans are inherently problematic, experts say

Professor of Psychology Elizabeth Jeglic explained the power a social influencer can hold over their underaged fans and how the misuse of it can inadvertently lead to predatory behavior.

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Boston Herald • March 20, 2021

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A warning shot; Gun charges against 14-year-old may be a harbinger of what's to come, some say

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Former NYPD Crime Analyst and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Christopher Herrmann explained the number of reasons why there is a rise in shootings in major US cities.

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Poughkeepsie Journal • March 20, 2021

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Georgia shootings raise fear for Asian Americans; Wave of violence continues to spread

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Professor Frank Pezzella explained why hate crimes are especially insidious in the wake of the uptick in hate crimes against Asians and Asian Americans.

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Associated Press • March 22, 2021

US cops Facebook posts show hostility, hate – Republic World

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained how police departments use social media and why offensive posts are problematic.

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WSHU-AM Online • March 22, 2021

Advocates Call Suffolk County's Long Hidden Body Camera Policy 'Useless'

Professor of Criminology Eric Piza discussed police body cameras and police department body camera policies.

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New York Daily News Online • March 22, 2021

Five civilian complaints over eight years led to a warning for Dermot Shea - and didn't stop him from becoming NYC's top cop

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on the five complaints made against NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea earlier in his career.

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Poughkeepsie Journal • March 23, 2021

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Domestic violence plan for city moves forward

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The Intimate Partner Violence Intervention program, developed by the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, is moving forward in the City of Poughkeepsie.

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POLITICO • March 23, 2021

Black workers hit by a pandemic are now left behind in recovery

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder explained why employment recovery is disproportionately slow for Black workers.

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World Today News • March 23, 2021

All of New York is talking about this Bulgarian policeman, that's why PHOTOS

Former John Jay student and NYPD officer Dilyan Krastev was hailed as a hero for saving the life of a 3-month old baby after he stopped breathing.

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Bronx Times Reporter Online • March 23, 2021

Caribbean culture on display as dancing Bronx Tik Tok star has Dunkin' latte named for her – Bronx Times

Former John Jay student Nancy Jay has had a Dunkin' drink named after her longtime signature order. It is available in at the 1905 Story Avenue Soundview location in the Bronx.

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Fire Engineering Online • March 23, 2021

Firefighters and Construction: The Cockloft

John Jay student and deputy chief fire instructor at the Nassau County (NY) Fire Service Academy Salvatore Ancona wrote an article about the dangers cocklofts present to responding firefighters.

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NBC News Online • March 23, 2021

Is this what a return to normal looks like?

Former NYPD Crime Analyst and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Christopher Herrmann discussed how frequently mass shootings occur in the United States.

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The Sun (DO) • March 24, 2021

NYPD Commander makes Dominicans feel good and proud

Dominican-born John Jay alumna and NYPD Lietenant Renee Francis was interviewed by Q95 FM's popular 'In the Spotlight' program on becoming the first Black woman squad commander at the 46th precint stationhouse in the Bronx.

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Industrial Fire World Online • March 24, 2021

Train for Fireground Communications

John Jay alumnus James Kiesling wrote an article about fire emergency communication systems.

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Vox Online • March 24, 2021

How much to worry -- and not worry -- about inflation

Assistant Professor of Economics J.W. Mason explained the debate about inflation in today's economy.

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Foreign Policy Online • March 24, 2021

The Aid Organization That Wasn't

Professor of Political Science Yuliya Zabyelina commented on the false image a fake human rights group out of Russia uses to appear legitimately connected to the United Nations.

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Yahoo! Deportes • March 25, 2021

El arte conceptual de las latinoamericanas fue invisibilizado, según las expertas

Associate Professor Claudia Calirman discussed how the marginalization of women in Latin America was reflected in the conceptual art they produced between the 1960s and 1980s.

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The Tennessee Tribune • March 25, 2021

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Vanderbilt Convenes Scholars, Activists Across Generations to Examine Nashville's Role in Fight for Racial Justice

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Adjunct Professor and civil rights icon Angeline Butler was a panelist at Vanderbilt University's virtual symposium, "Racial Justice, Freedom and Activism in Nashville and Beyond: Then and Now."

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The Jambar, Youngstown State University • March 25, 2021

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YSU celebrates Women's History Month

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John Jay College partnered with Youngstown State University to host a virtual spoken word and poetry event for Women's History Month.

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Daily Freeman Online • March 25, 2021

Kingston police chief says officers 'have never let up' in two outstanding homicide probes

Alderwoman Michele Hirsch, D-Ward 9, pointed to the National Network for Safe Communities at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice's violence interruption programs as being helpful to the City of Kingston, NY.

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MetroFocus Online - WNET-TV • March 25, 2021

GEORGE FLOYD MURDER TRIAL SET TO BEGIN - MetroFocus

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd.

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TAPinto • March 25, 2021

"Building Trust is Essential"

A John Jay College of Criminal Justice survey about reporting hate crimes was cited in a story about recent hate crimes against Asian Americans.

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USA Today Online • March 25, 2021

Boulder shooting suspect's gun looked like a rifle. But it's a pistol. Experts worry it's helping people skirt gun laws

Assistant Professor Chris Herrmann pointed out the dangers of the Ruger AR-556 pistol, the weapon used to kill ten people at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado.

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The New York Times • March 26, 2021

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City Passes Police Reform, Making It Easier to Sue For Excessive or Illegal Acts

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Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on New York City Council passing a bill limiting qualified immunity, a longstanding legal protection officers had against lawsuits.

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The Black Star News • March 26, 2021

Please Sign Petition Demanding for U.S. Arms Embargo On Ugandan Dictator Gen. Museveni

Professor of Africana Studies and publisher of Black Star News Milton Allimadi wrote an article encouraging Ugandans to sign a petition demanding President Biden administration stop supporting Ugandan tyrant General Yoweri Museveni with military aid and taxpayer dollars.

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The Chief • March 26, 2021

Unstable DOC Still Riding COs

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor criticizing DOC Commissioner Cynthia Brann for failing to follow labor regulations protecting correction officers from inhumane working conditions like 24-hour shifts and no meal breaks.

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Talk of the Nation Science Friday - NPR - Online • March 26, 2021

The Mental Health Costs Of 'Everyday' Racism

Psychology Professor Kevin Nadal discussed the connection between chronic exposure to racist behavior and mental health, resources for those affected, as well as the long history of anti-Asian racism in the United States.

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WRGB-TV Online • March 26, 2021

Harris' role in addressing border surge could define her political future

Associate Professor of Public Policy Heath Brown explained how Vice President Kamala Harris will address the influx of Central American migrants, including, unaccompanied minors, at the border.

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Bloomberg Law • March 26, 2021

Why Derek Chauvin Should Plead Guilty

Professor Candace McCoy of John Jay and the CUNY Graduate Center wrote an article arguing that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin should plead guilty to the lowest charge considering the evidence against him.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • March 26, 2021

After A Painfully Violent 2020, NYC Shootings Continue To Spike

Jeffrey Butts, Director of the Research and Evaluation Center at John Jay College, discussed how the pandemic exacerbated gun violence in NYC.

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WCBS-TV Online • March 26, 2021

New York City Council Approves Package Of Police Reform Bills After Voting To End Qualified Immunity For Officers

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang emphasized the importance of individual responsibility for officers involved in fatal civilian encounters.

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Yahoo Sports • March 26, 2021

What to watch for as Derek Chauvin's trial in the killing of George Floyd gets underway

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, explained how former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's defense will use George Floyd's prior arrest and health conditions to sway the jury.

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NBC News Online • March 26, 2021

Baltimore will no longer prosecute drug possession, prostitution, low-level crimes

Michael Kahn, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, commented on Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby move to stop prosecuting low-level offenses and how that affected serious crime rates.

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The Colorado Springs Gazette • March 27, 2021

Modern police strategy: Confront the active shooter

Adjunct Assistant Professor Keith Taylor, a former NYPD Special Assignment Sergeant in the Emergency Services Unit, explained why active shooter strategy involves placing the main responsibility of responding on those first on the scene.

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The Boston Globe • March 27, 2021

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Fallout from drug lab scandal continues; The Middlesex DA wants the Supreme Judicial Court to investigate and potentially invalidate a decade's worth of drug tests

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Professor of Biology Nathan Lents commented on the Middlesex District Attorney's move to seek the invalidation of a decade's worth of drug tests conducted by a scandal-plagued state laboratory.

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WSKG • March 27, 2021

Binghamton Police Reform Plan Aims For Transparency, But Is It Enough?

Professor Henry Smart commented on the Binghamton city's Police Reform and Reinvention Plan for increasing transparency and diversifying the police force.

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Palm Beach Daily News Online • March 27, 2021

Meet the women who keep Palm Beach safe

John Jay alumna Kali Moss was featured for her work in the male-dominated New York and Palm Beach Police Departments.

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WPIX-TV Online • March 27, 2021

NYC rolls back qualified immunity for police

Adjunct Professor and attorney John Bandler explained qualified immunity, the legal doctrine that shielded officers from civil lawsuits.

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Sputnik International Russia • March 27, 2021

U.S. COVID Cases Rise; Climate Geopolitics; Organizing for Electoral Change

Associate Professor of Economics Christian Parenti discussed the geopolitics of climate change and climate action, and the relationship between US imperialism, climate change, and the rise of gangs and strongmen across Latin America.

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The Atlantic Online • March 27, 2021

Fidgeting, Looking Away, and … Telling the Truth

Professor Maria Hartwig, who has conducted research on lying, debunked the pervasive misconception that liars can be spotted by the way they act.

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Newsday • March 28, 2021

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State law: Bystanders may record police making arrests

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Adjunct Professor and attorney Hermann Walz commented on the "New Yorkers' Right to Monitor Act" which affirms the public's right to record police officers as they do their jobs.

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Newsday • March 28, 2021

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CIVILIAN VIDEOS CONTRADICTED POLICE ACCOUNTS

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Adjunct Professor and former NYPD major case squad commander Joseph Pollini reviewed civilian video recordings and arrest reports in four cases where private security camera and cellphone footage captured contradictory realities which challenged the official police accounts.

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Star Tribune • March 28, 2021

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THE TRIAL OF DEREK CHAUVIN

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In the national conversation about policing after the murder of George Floyd, Professor Maki Haberfeld underscored the importance of centralizing America's police system.

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