WBOI Presents: A Civil Conversation On Policing

Aug 19, 2020

Until this summer, it seemed unlikely that anything would overtake the coronavirus as the top story of any given day, week, or month. Issues of racial justice and discussions about the best ways to address police brutality remain in the conversation around the world and right here in northeast Indiana. AVOW assembled a panel for a nearly two hour conversation outside at Barr Street Market.

Panelists include: 

Michelle Chambers, Fort Wayne City Councilwoman 

 

Dottie Davis, Davis Corporate Training, Retired Director of Security, Fort Wayne Community Schools 

 

Sofia Rosales-Scatena, Public Information Officer in the Community Relations Division 

 

Brittiane Jones, Fort Wayne native, LGBTQ activist

 

Special thanks to AVOW founders Patti Hays, Rachel Tobin-Smith, Marilyn Moran-Townsend and Faith Van Gilder for organizing this event, and special thanks to Luke Holliger for providing audio for this program. Our music is by Mark Waldick, Noah Campodonico, and Kurt Roembke. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our production assistants are Monica Blankenship, Diahmynd Thomas, and Mikaela Veltum.