The Bitter Game Post-Performance Discussion: Know Your Rights!

The Bitter Game Post-Performance Discussion

Know Your Rights!
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 . 9:15 PM
The Bitter Game Post Performance Discussion: Know Your Rights!
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This performance will last approximately 45 minutes with no intermission.
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Many of us are not aware of the laws that govern our interactions with police. Do they always have the right to search us and/or our possessions? Must we follow all directions? And should we - even if we feel we are in danger?

In this interactive workshop, lawyer and UMD alumnus Gregory Yancey seeks to answer these questions and increase the chances that we come out of any police interactions with our physical and emotional health intact, and that our rights were respected along the way.

This event will follow the first performance of Keith A. Wallace: The Bitter Game.
Join Keith A. Wallace, campus law enforcement officials and members of the Nyumburu Center’s Black Male Initiative on Tuesday, September 26 at 7 PM for Do Good Dialogue: Hands Up, Don't Shoot! at the Nyumburu Cultural Center.