Living While Black or Hispanic in the Stop and Frisk Era

The African Center for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Positive Male Role Model Initiative and Girls PRIDE Project, in collaboration with Elmont Online (http://www.elmont.org) are hosting a Stop and Frisk workshop at the Elmont Public Library on Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 11:00am-4:00pm (Meeting Room 2). The workshop is interactive. Young Black and Hispanic men will share their experiences with stop and frisk.

Guest moderators, presenters and contributors include Nassau County Legislator Carrie Solages, Retired NYPD Detective Dennis Jones, Retired NYPD Commander Corey Pegues, Nassau County Sheriff Department Officer Darrin Green, Aubrey Phillips for Elmont Online, ACCE Founder and Executive Director, Saywalah Kesselly, Community Organizer and Law Attorney Jacques Leandre, The Law Office of Civil Rights and Constitutional Law Attorney Fred Brewington ….and more guests to be announced.

If you are a parent of a young Black or Hispanic male or if you are a Black or Hispanic male between the ages of 12 – 30, this is a must do workshop.  You will leave with a new way of seeing this constitutionally challenged practice, and most importantly you will learn strategies for “Living While Black or Hispanic in the Stop and Frisk Era”.

To register for workshop please create a username and password on this website. You will automatically be added to guest list. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Girls PRIDE Project Director, Tammie S. Williams at (516) 945-5230 or by email prideaffairs@yahoo.com.