Episode 18

Published on:

24th May 2020

Episode 18: Sam Sinyangwe and We the Protestors

Chris and Jesse are joined by special guest, Sam Sinyangwe, co-founder of We The Protestors, an organization building a scalable digital infrastructure to advance policy solutions at every level of government to end police violence. Sam will be the keynote speaker at the 2020 John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation National (Virtual) Symposium, this year's theme being "Reconciliation and Technology: Neutral Resources for Social Good." This is a topic at the heart of Sam's work and his passion is evident as he discusses how difficult collecting data on difficult topics can be, enabling those trying to make change, and how to use these tools to end over-policing, restrict the use of force, and strengthen community oversight.

To virtually attend Sam's keynote address on Wednesday, May 27th at 6pm, you just have to register for free for the Evening Community Remembrance Events, here: https://www.jhfnationalsymposium.org/registration-page

To find out more and to register for the John Hope Franklin 2020 Virtual Symposium go to their website: https://www.jhfnationalsymposium.org/.

Sam is also the co-host of the popular Pod Save The People podcast, which you can find anywhere podcasts can be found.

To find out more about Sam and We The Protestors, check out their website: http://www.wetheprotesters.org/

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Learning and Talking to the Change Agents of Tulsa and Oklahoma
Jesse Ulrich and Chris Miller, two lifelong friends who have a passion to make their home city and state stronger, tackle the issues, articulate the frustrations, investigate the whys, and cheer the triumphs of the many hard-working individuals and their dynamic organizations who are working to make Tulsa, Oklahoma and the world a more vibrant and inclusive place.

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