Duke Center for Firearms Law | Race, Policing, and Guns

In the ongoing national conversations about policing, protest, racism, and violence, the role of guns plays an important part. And with gun purchasing, carrying, and brandishing increasingly in the news during the Covid-19 pandemic, the intersection of these issues takes on heightened importance. Our panel conducts online panel discussion about these issues.

Appearing: Jacob D. Charles, Executive Director, Center for Firearms Law, Darrell Miller, Melvin G. Shimm Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Intellectual Life, and Faculty Co-Director of the Center for Firearms Law; Kami Chavis, Associate Provost for Academic Initiatives, Professor of Law, and Director of Criminal Justice Program at Wake Forest University School of Law; Alice Ristroph, Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School; and Stuart Schrader, Lecturer and Assistant Research Scientist in Sociology at Johns Hopkins University.

Originally recorded: September 3, 2020.