Dallas Bar to host virtual town hall on race relations and policing in Dallas

The Dallas Bar Association will host a virtual town hall to discuss race relations and policing in Dallas from noon to 1 p.m. on July 31.

Panelists at the forum include Dallas Chief of Police Reneé Hall; Tonya McClary, director of the Office of Community Police Oversight Monitor; Pastor Richie Butler, of St. Luke Community United Methodist Church; Rob Crain, of Crain Brogdon Rogers; and moderator Amy M. Stewart, of Stewart Law Group.

The event is open to the public and is sponsored by the Dallas Bar Association’s Public Forum/Medial Relations Committee.

For more information, to register for the free event, or to submit questions in advance, go to tinyurl.com/DBATownHall. For more information about the Dallas Bar Association, go to dallasbar.org.

Laura Dawn

Laura Dawn Ouin is the founder of Third Coast Mediation & Consulting in Dallas, Texas, and is passionate about conflict resolution, communication and education. On a personal note, coffee AND tea lover, morning person, travel bug and dog whisperer.

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