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Politics, Policing, and Race – On how quota-driven “broken windows” policing as applied In NYC & elsewhere targets low-income people of color & how political considerations effectively stop even progressive elected leaders from enacting the fundamental reforms needed to end or even curtail the criminal justice system’s biased & abusive practices.
Bob served as Executive Director of the Correctional Association (CA) for over 29 years and founded the Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP) in April 2011. Gangi has been an activist, community organizer and public policy advocate in New York City for over 50 years. He is a recognized expert on criminal justice and law enforcement issues with a particular focus on police and prison concerns. He has cultivated ongoing relationships with members of the media and policy makers which have been critical to the CA and PROP’s advocacy and public education efforts. He has written or co-written many op-ed pieces for the New York Times, Daily News, Newsday, Albany Times Union, and numerous online publications.
*Mr. Gangi was the 2012 recipient of the American Ethical Union’s prestigious Elliott-Black Award, acknowledging his enduring dedication to the rights of vulnerable people caught up in the criminal justice system and his life’s work fighting for sweeping prison and police reform.
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