PIX11, Radio 103.9 hosts forum on police and community relations

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BROOKLYN (PIX11)-- PIX11 and Radio 103.9 are hosting a town-hall forum on police and community relations ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

The forum will be held 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, at Bethany Baptist Church, located at 460 Marcus Garvey Blvd., Brooklyn.

The interactive discussion will be hosted by Radio 103.9 afternoon host D.L. Hughley, PIX11 anchor Kori Chambers and singer/producer Michael Bivins.

The event is free and open to the public.

To register, call 718-455-8400 or visit www.radio1039ny.com

Schedule of Events:

5 p.m. – 6 p.m.:
A conversation with NYPD former/retired officers to discuss law enforcement’s perspective on police community relations
Hosted by: Kori Chambers, PIX11 Morning News Anchor

6 p.m. – 7 p.m.:
A conversation with R&B singer/producer Michael Bivins and influential African American males on the relationship between police and the youth
Hosted by: Michael Bivins, R&B Artist/Producer

7 p.m. – 9 p.m.:
A conversation on the policy aspect of police and community relations
Host by: D.L. Hughley, Radio 103.9

Panelists Include:

Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President
Carlton Berkley, Former NYPD 2nd Grade Detective
Michael Bivins, Music Mogul
Kori Chambers, WPIX Morning News Anchor
Hazel Dukes, NYS State Conference President, NAACP
Erica Ford, Founder of Life Camp Foundation
Michael A. Hardy, National Action Network, General Counsel
D.L. Hughley, Radio 103.9 Personality
Rev. Adolphus C. Lacey, Senior Pastor of Bethany Baptist Church
Donna Lieberman, NYC Civil Liberties Union, Executive Director
Anthony Miranda, National Latino Officers Association
Michael Reilly, Former NYPD Lieutenant
Attorney Royce Russell, Emdin & Russell LLP & Attorney for Ramarley Graham
Curtis Sliwa, Anti-Crime Activist & Radio Host
Graham Weatherspoon, Former NYPD Detective & Board Member, Amadou Diallo Foundation


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