I wonder if this course includes some instruction on how to effectively sell drugs?
Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old African American who was arrested for carrying an illegal weapon and circumstantially killed during his detention, will have a course dedicated in his honor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
The one-credit course, called “Freddie Gray’s Baltimore: Past, Present, and Moving Forward,” is designed to “examine the recent unrest itself and then examine the causes of, and possible solutions to, those dislocations, including an examination of problems in policing; criminal justice; housing; healthcare; education; poverty; and community development and joblessness,” according to the course description.
The course “is intended to be a springboard for further student and faculty involvement in citizen and government efforts to reform law and policy in the subject matter areas listed above.”
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