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Stephanie Baker White presents research on policing in black communities

Elon University Assistant Professor Stephanie Baker White, second from left, and Christina Horsford, second from right, of UNC Chapel Hill and an adjunct faculty member in Elon's Department of Human Service Studies, were part of a team that presented research in January 2016 at a meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research.

Stephanie Baker White, an assistant professor of public health studies, co-presented research in Washington, D.C., at a January 2016 meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research.

"'I Can’t Breathe': Hyper-Surveillance and Policing of Black Communities" was an interactive presentation of an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the topic of law enforcement surveillance practices.

The presentation also featured Christina Horsford, Charity S. Watkins and Kanisha Coleman, all of UNC Chapel Hill; and Whitney Sewell from Washington University in Saint Louis.

Horsford is an adjunct faculty member in Elon University's Department of Human Service Studies.


Eric Townsend,
1/25/2016 8:45 AM