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Demand for USC to Abolish Police Force - during the Coronavirus pandemic

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 30, 2020 - - Community member Andrea Rojas, from left, USC students Isabella Rendon and Miranda Leibig join protesters including community members, clergy, and labor allies demanding USC take immediate steps to abolish the USC police force and reinvest those funds in affordable housing for the surrounding community on the USC campus in Los Angeles on June 30, 2020. The coalition, led by Creating Justice, ACCE, USC Forward, and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, is also calling for an end to restrictive campus security measures aimed at keeping local residents out of USC facilities, and a commitment by the university to recruit and admit at least 1,000 students annually from South Los Angeles and Boyle Heights, with full scholarships. The USC Department of Public Safety operates through an agreement with the Los Angeles Police Department, and is one of the largest campus police forces in the nation. USC administrators have done little to address over policing and racial profiling on campus, despite substantial judgments levied against the Department of Public Safety in recent years. The Department of Public Safety has struggled with over policing and racial profiling in recent years, including an incident in 2013, where over 100 officers in full riot gear, in coordination with LAPD, targeted an end-of-year party attended by predominately black and brown students. (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
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