Uprooting Racism Speaker Series: Conor Dwyer Reynolds of the Police Accountability Board
Please join Uprooting Racism for a free Zoom discussion with Conor Dwyer Reynolds, Executive Director of the Rochester Police Accountability Board (PAB). The event will take place from 7:00 to 8:30 pm EST on Sunday, January 30.
All are welcome, Zen Center members and non-members, Buddhist and non-Buddhist, local and non-local to Rochester, friends, family, and the curious alike.
Conor Dwyer Reynolds is a Rochester native and graduate of the University of Rochester and Yale Law School. Conor worked for President Obama at the White House and on the Obama-Biden campaign. In his legal career, Conor has sued banks to protect homeowners from foreclosure, served as a law clerk to Federal District Judge Carlton W. Reeves, and co-led Yale Law School’s Environmental Protection Clinic. During his time at the Clinic, Conor led a project to address the racist legacy of racially-restrictive covenants in Monroe County.
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