'History of Fragmented Government in St. Louis and the Consequences for Criminal Justice and Education' - SLU Calendar

'History of Fragmented Government in St. Louis and the Consequences for Criminal Justice and Education'

Salus Center

3545 Lafayette Ave
St. Louis, MO 63104
United States

In thought-provoking presentations, professors Peter Salsich (Law), Roger Goldman (Law) and Daniel Monti (Sociology and Anthropology) will discuss the history and reasons for the separation of the City and the County of St. Louis; how the fragmentation of the county led to many impoverished communities that depend on municipal courts to get revenue by fining residents and non-residents for minor ordinance violations including traffic and non-traffic offenses rather than have police protecting and serving the community; and how we can rebuild public education in St. Louis, one 'military family' at a time and rebuild the North Central neighborhood. 
 
The presentations "History of Fragmented Government in St. Louis and the Consequences for Criminal Justice and Education" will take place from 10 a.m. to noon, Friday, Feb. 10, in the Salus Center auditorium. The event is organized by the College for Public Health and Social Justice's Standing Diversity Committee.

Friday, 10 February, 2017

Contact:

Carole Baskin

Phone: 314-977-3247
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

Free and open to the Public

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