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Data-Driven Solutions to End Police Violence
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00:00 Intro

00:30 About Samuel Sinyangwe

02:40 Background. Steps in work

07:08 Challenges that was

13:20 Education. Lessons

16:50 Motivating. Resources. Decisions and practice/ Data for police

26:06 Demo-tour on the platform.

39:25 How to work with data. Examples

41:57 Table that shows different metrics

43:55 Example. Visualization

45:00 Data for everywhere

49:06 Thanking

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Samuel Sinyangwe
Founder at Police Scorecard

Samuel Sinyangwe is a data scientist and policy analyst who founded Mapping Police Violence and the Police Scorecard, and co-founded Campaign Zero, to advance data-driven solutions to end police violence in America. Previously, Sam worked at PolicyLink, where he worked to connect 61 federally-funded communities to research-based strategies to build cradle-to-career systems of support for low-income families. He has also helped city leaders, youth activists and community organizations develop citywide agendas to achieve quality education, health, and justice for young black men. Sam grew up in Orlando, FL, and has been involved in community organizing and advocacy since he was in high school. He graduated from Stanford University in 2012, where he studied how race and racism impact the U.S. political system.

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Hello and welcome to this first session of the Civic hacker Summit. I'm your host Lori, McNeil founder and director of the Civic hacker Network and the Civic hackers, and I am excited to share this. Amazing conversation with you to kick us off. We are talkin with Samuel sinyangwe. Samuel sinyangwe is a data scientist and policy analyst who founded mapping police violence, and the police work hard and co-founded campaign zero to Advanced Imaging Solutions to end police by owner in America previously, Sam worked at policy. Me

where he work to connect 61 federally-funded communities, to research-based strategies, to build Cradle to Career systems of support for low-income family. He's also helps city leaders youth activists and Community organizations, develop Citywide, agendas to achieve quality Education, Health and Justice for young black men. Sam grew up in Orlando, Florida and have been involved in community organizing and advocacy. He was in high school. He graduated from Stanford University in 2012, where he studied, how race and racism impact the US political system.

So now get ready to learn about and from Sam's, incredible work. And while you are getting ready to make sure that you're logged into the slack Channel, where you can post your questions, if you registered, you should have received a link to join. And also do not forget to talk about your experience on social media. Hashtag Civic. Hackers Summit is what we're using

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