The College-Community Partnership for Racial Justice was created in 2020, in the aftermath of the rising racial tensions following George Floyd’s murder. It consists of individuals from Hamilton College, Herkimer College, Mohawk Valley Community College, Pratt MWP, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Utica College, Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, and the Mohawk Valley Frontiers Club. The members are passionate about racial justice and are well-educated in their fields. We aim to hold police departments and other branches of the justice system accountable. We strive to fix systemic issues so that our effects are widespread and long-lasting. We do this by educating, keeping the community well-informed, and analyzing the available information closely.
Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law at Hamilton College and Levitt Center Director
Member of the Planning Board for the City of Utica, Trustee of Mohawk Valley Community College, Co-Founder of Mohawk Valley Latino Association
President of Utica Phoenix Radio
Professor of Practice - Economic Crime Management at Utica College
Associate Professor of Government at Hamilton College
Program director and community liaison for Save Our Streets at the Oneida County District Attorney’s Office. Campus community civility liaison at Mohawk Valley Community College MVCC
President at Stephen L. Lockwood, P.C.
Levitt Center Fellow. Government student at Hamilton College
Research Director for the School of Business and Justice Studies and Professor of Practice-Criminal Justice at Utica College
Associate Professor of Law at Herkimer College
Former Professor of Comparative Literature Emerita at Hamilton College
Assistant Director of Community Based Learning at the Levitt Center.
Professor of Sociology and the coordinator of SUNY Poly’s Community and Behavioral Health program
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