The Ethical Space of Engagement Between Indigenous Women and Girls of a Drum Circle and White, Settler Men of a Police Chorus: Implications for Policing Ideology, Policies, and Practices

Reflects on a five year project to connect Indigenous females with white policemen through participation in a drum circle. The drum circle allowed dialogue between the two groups in hopes of creating understanding, healing and trust.
Kelly Laurila
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Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, vol. 17, no. 4, Lighthouse Point, 2020, pp. 51-71
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