Local stakeholders will gather tomorrow evening to discuss the findings of the Police Accountability Task Force (PATF) “and its ramifications for future policymaking, people’s lawyering, and activism.” The panel will feature Paul Strauss, Director of Impact Litigation at the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights; Stan Willis, a civil rights attorney; and Cosette Hampton, an organizer with the Chicago chapter of Black Youth Project 100 (BYP 100). Loyola Professor Alan Raphael will moderate.

BYP 100 has already come out against the PATF report, saying it’s “filled with name-changes and more money for current programs and new programs that increase loopholes and bureaucracy and that the most vulnerable population, young Black people, did not ask for.”