USC Price convenes LA County’s seven female police chiefs, who share personal, career insights

For the first time in its 167-year history, Los Angeles County has seven female police chiefs leading local law enforcement agencies. The USC Price School of Public Policy brought together all seven police chiefs on March 15 for a special discussion titled, “When Women Lead: Breaking Barriers, Building Communities.”

When Women Lead: Breaking Barriers, Building Communities

The USC Price Athenian Society’s series, When Women Lead focused on women in law enforcement for the March 15, 2017 event. Taking advantage of the fact that Los Angeles County has 7 female police chiefs, The Athenian Society gathered over 350 law enforcement officers from the region to discuss the strong women in our community Breaking Barriers, Building Communities.

Get Out

Warning: *spoilers!*

Get Out follows a young African-American photographer on a visit to his white girlfriend’s parents’ home. The tag line sums up the deep horror of the film, “Just because you’re invited, doesn’t mean you’re welcome.” The film is funny, scary, and has sparked conversations (and even a viral challenge) throughout the country.

To listen to the Price Projection Room discussion of Get Out click the orange arrow in the Soundcloud player on this post. Or you can download it and subscribe through iTunes, Soundcloud, or Google Play.

Fences

Our inaugural episode of the Price Projection Room podcast features a lively discussion of the film adaptation of August Wilson’s Fences, directed by Denzel Washington. Our guests include Gregg T. Daniel, Ange-Marie Hancock, and Jonathan Schwartz with moderator Erroll Southers.

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A look at CVE policy implementation

This week, the White House hosted a summit on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) to discuss how the United States and its partners can counter extremist ideologies and prevent the radicalization of domestic individuals. The summit’s emphasis on countering homegrown terrorism comes in response to the evolving form of terrorism that has emerged in the last…

Southers, Bostic analyze repercussions of recent Paris attacks

The USC Price School of Public Policy offered a timely and insightful discussion on the Paris massacre and its implications for the United States at a Jan. 21 event featuring noted homeland security expert Erroll Southers and Professor Raphael Bostic.

The Paris Massacre: What are the Implications for the US? (Highlights)

Highlights from the Bedrosian Center on Governance and CREATE Homeland Security Center Price Research Center Collaborative. Watch the full version here.

The Price Research Center Collaborative aims to foster critical discussion about both specific policy areas as well as the ways in which those policy areas are being implemented.

Dr. Erroll Southers, Director of Transition and Research Deployment at the Department of Homeland Security National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) talks with Dr. Bostic about extremism in Europe and in the Unites States. Dr. Southers’ career has spanned all levels of law enforcement and he currently holds roles within the international counterterrorism and national security arena.

The Paris Massacre: What are the implications for the U.S.

On Thursday, January 22, Dr. Erroll Southers joined Dr. Raphael Bostic, Bedrosian Center Director, for a conversation about the Paris Massacre – the deadliest act of terrorism in France since 1961. Dr. Erroll Southers, Director of Transition and Research Deployment at the Department of Homeland Security National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism…

Students Talk Back: Guns and Safety

A conversation on gun control policies, transportation safety, and national security featuring Erroll Southers, Associate Director of the National Homeland Security, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) and Raphael Bostic, Director of the Bedrosian Center on Governance.