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This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at violence and the city and investigating the nature and effects of various types of urban warfare.
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Today’s break down: We hear more from Dr. Heath Brown, assistant professor at John Jay College Of Criminal Justice, who shares results from his research into nonprofit political mobilization in relation to hate crimes.
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Today: Thursday May 14, 2015 – The Daily Beat went down The Murphy Institute for a conference on “Violence and The City”. At the panel discussion on immigrants, violence and policing, Dr. Brown discusses his paper entitled, “Crime and mobilization: How hate crimes relate to the mobilization of immigrants?”. Listen in to part 2 of the break-down on Brown’s paper which goes into the results of how nonprofits deal enact or fail to enact political mobilization from hate crimes.
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