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Figuring Out Ferguson Resources  

This guide is meant to provide resources for those who are interested in reading more about the topics discussed at the Figuring Out Ferguson panel that was held at SUNY Buffalo Law School on September 16, 2014.
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The Event

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, the Buffalo Criminal Law Center, Buffalo Criminal Law Society, Black Law Students Association, and Latin American Law Students Association hosted "Figuring Out Ferguson: A Conversation on Race, Law Enforcement Authority, & Self-Defense," a panel discussion regarding the Michael Brown shooting and the legal implications of the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.

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The Event Poster

The Speakers

The following SUNY Buffalo Law Faculty participated in the panel:

Chiesa Luis E. Chiesa

Binder Guyora Binder

Mutua, Athena D. Athena D. Mutua

O'Rourke, Anthony Anthony O'Rourke


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