Critical Conversation on Civil Rights and Hate Crimes with Faith-Based and Communities of Color
In response to the rise of hate crimes nationally, the USC Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement invites faith leaders and community activists to join a critical conversation with the FBI and US Attorneys’ Office (USAO). This session will provide a detailed orientation on how to make sure hate crimes against houses of worship and in communities are addressed. Faith and community leaders will gain a better understanding of the USAO’s processes. The Cecil Murray Center also aims to build a bridge between faith communities and the USAO, so that there is a stronger relationship and better communication.
- Tracy Wilkison is the Acting United States Attorney for the Central District of California, the chief federal law enforcement officer in the district.
- Mack Jenkins is the Chief of the Public Corruption and Civil Rights Section in the US Attorney’s Office in the Central District of California.
- Veronica Dragalin is an Assistant United States Attorney in the Public Corruption and Civil Rights Section at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Central District of California.
- Kristi Johnson is the Assistant Director of the FBI Los Angeles.
Register or watch via Facebook Live: @usccrcc