The goal of the program was to educate young adults on their constitutional rights and how to handle encounters with law enforcement.
The proposal will be discussed again in January.
Pines will take over as president on July 1.
About 200 people gathered in front of the city’s Civic Center to show solidarity with the Black community.
Thousands have signed on, joining the call begun by a doctoral student.
A 94-page report released Thursday alleged that the department was entrenched in systemic racism.
“Stop writing statements and sending out ‘thoughts and prayers,’” one asked of the university.
The council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night acknowledging the systemic and structural racism in the city.
McKeldin Library hosts a collection of e-books that students can read at no cost.
The march was organized by two Annapolis High School students.