Justice Not Seen for All: How Racial Bias Determines Capital Punishment Sentencing
Dr. Kim Cook’s talk covers her research on the racial disparities seen in the U.S. criminal justice system during capital punishment trials and sentencing and compares and contrasts how these crimes are investigated. In addition to teaching at UNCW, she serves on the board of the nonprofit Healing Justice, which provides support, reconciliation, and recovery in cases involving exoneration. The event is presented by GTCC’s Communication and Foreign Language Department and features local and regional speakers discussing issues related to the communication and foreign language disciplines. Speaker Series Featuring Dr. Kim Cook (20160930-00004)
1/26/2017 4:50:00 PM

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