Sociology in Action - “Bad Apples Come from Rotten Trees in Policing: Pursuing Racial Equity”

Tuesday, March 9th 3:00PM (CST) – 4:00PM (CST) “Bad Apples Come from Rotten Trees in Policing: Pursuing Racial Equity” 

The Center for Public History is excited to support this Sociology in Action Lecture Series event with Dr. Rashawn Ray, David M. Rubenstein Fellow, at the Brookings Institute and Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland. 

Dr. Ray’s research examines the views of police officers, activists, and civilians to understand   racism within law enforcement, and his presentation will discuss a series of evidence-based policy prescriptions to help transform policing in America.   

Please see the attached flyer for more information, and please register for the event here:

For additional information, contact Dr. Maria Monserud at