Stop and Frisk in the South Bronx





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Published on Sep 21, 2012

The Morris Justice Project teamed up with the Illuminator to share some of the initial findings of their ongoing research into policing in the Morris Avenue area of the South Bronx. As a crowd watched from across the street, the Illuminator projected survey results onto a high-rise apartment building. Two short films were also projected: Julie Dressner's New York Times op-doc "The Scars of Stop and Frisk" and "Community Safety Act" by The NYCLU and Communities United for Police Reform. Drummers from BombaYo provided a musical intro.

For more information about the Morris Justice Project: http://www.publicscienceproject.org
The Scars of Stop and Frisk: http://alturl.com/huh5c
The Community Safety Act: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62ALBF...

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