Rollins Takes Action Webinar on Police Violence: June 22

June 16, 2020


On June 22, 2020, 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST, Emory researchers convened to discuss current research on the effects of excessive police violence on public health through a live Zoom webinar titled, "Research on Distributions and Consequences of Excessive Police Violence." Hannah Cooper, SCD, Rollins Distinguished Professor in Substance Abuse, from the Behavioral, Social, and Health Educations Sciences department served as moderator for the session.

View a recording of the session

Panelists included: 

Ali Sewell, PhD, associate professor of sociology and founding director of The Race and Policing Project

Leslie Salas, PhD, department of behavioral, social, and health education sciences

Umed Ibragimov, PhD, department of behavioral, social, and health education sciences

This session served as the first of several webinars planned throughout the year as part of the new Rollins Takes Action 2020 series.