Professor Renée Hutchins wrote a chapter on the policy and practice of racial profiling in the recently released book, Policing the Black Man: Arrest, Prosecution, and Imprisonment. The book, released on July 11, 2017, was edited by civil rights activist, professor of law, and author, Angela J. Davis. It features chapters by leading scholars, lawyers, and advocates (including former Carey Law professor Sherrilyn Ifill) who explore the ways the criminal jusitce system impacts the lives of African-American males.
Professor Hutchins joined Davis and other contributors at a kick-off discussion at Politics & Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. In the recording of the event, Professor Hutchins’ segments can be viewed from 24:27 to 32:22, 44:45 to 46:20, and again at 54:35.