— Attorney Zulu Ali will moderate a conference in Los Angeles to discuss police and prosecutor accountability and the abuse crisis, and will call for United Nations involvement. —
Los Angeles, CA — The American Committee on United Nations Oversight, a civil rights and advocacy organization that has launched a campaign to encourage the United Nations involvement in the crisis of current police brutality around the country, today announced that it will host an April 11 conference, moderated by Attorney Zulu Ali, a trial lawyer, former police officer, and U.S. Marine Corps veteran, to discuss police and prosecutor accountability and to address the current police abuse and prosecutorial misconduct crisis.
At the conference, the panel will also discuss the launching of the Stop and Frisk Academy, a non-profit endeavor to educate minority youth on how to properly interact with law enforcement officials during police contact. The Stop and Frisk Academy will provide lectures and workshops on a monthly basis at no cost.
The panel of speakers for the meeting include:
* Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin, a Clinical Psychologist and Director of the Dubois Institute in Riverside, California;
* Aquil Basheer, Activist, Author, and Executive Director of Maximum Force Enterprise;
* Attorney Reginald Taylor, Trial Lawyer, Law Offices of Reginald Taylor;
* Attorney Maleha Khan-Avila, Trial Lawyer, Law Offices of Zulu Ali; and
* Michael Clark, Youth Mentor and Executive Director of Motivateum Inc.
The conference will be open to the public and held on April 11, 2015 at 2:00 p.m in the Banquet Room BCD at Double Tree Hotel located at 120 South Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
For more details about Attorney Zulu Ali, visit www.zulualilaw.com
Law Offices of Zulu Ali