Sen. Dodd to hold Virtual Town Meeting on justice in policing

Sen. Dodd to hold Virtual Town Meeting on justice in policing

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SONOMA – Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, will host a virtual town hall Tuesday, June 30 on community policing, race and reform amid the recent high-profile deaths of African Americans and people of color at the hands of law enforcement.

Dodd will be joined in the town hall broadcast live on KSVY/Sonoma TV and streamed across multiple channels by a panel of community leaders and experts who will answer submitted questions and take calls from listeners.

The goal of the town hall is to foster a community discussion about one of the most pressing issues of our time while seeking public input on possible solutions, according to Dodd's news release.

Dodd said he is committed to advancing legislation to end systemic racism in policing and ensuring equity and social justice on all levels.

His guests including the Rev. Dante Quick of Vallejo’s Friendship Baptist Church; Bay Area psychologist Terri L. Thompson; and Michael Gennaco, nationally-recognized expert on law enforcement reform and accountability systems.

The Virtual Town Hall on policing will be at 6 p.m., June 30. There will be live streaming audio at KSVY.org, and video at https://sd03.senate.ca.gov and www.youtube.com/user/SonomaTV/

Email questions to: townhall@ksvy.org. Call-in questions: 707-933-9133 (studio line).

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