Stop and Frisk
The Greene Space (44 Charlton St., Manhattan)
Free, reservation required

Even as violent crime rates in New York have dropped dramatically in the past 15 years, this controversial police procedure continues to divide law enforcement and community groups. Is “stop-and-frisk” an effective preemptive strategy for crime prevention or a case of racial profiling? The Greene Space partners with The New Press to present panelists on both sides of the issue in a discussion about how “stop-and-frisk” affects New Yorkers in their everyday lives.