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Generation Change: Police Brutality and Black Lives Matter

by Beckypublished on 22nd July 2021

In the first episode of Generation Change, a new series looking at young people pushing for change around the world, we travel to the United States to meet two Generation Z activists.

Chelsea Miller is an anti-racism activist and co-founder of the civic organisation Freedom March New York City. Samuel Sinyangwe is a data and policy analyst who co-founded Mapping Police Violence – a database recording police brutality in the US.

In this episode presented by Zahra Rasool, Chelsea and Samuel discuss police brutality, Black Lives Matter, organisation and how global networks of solidarity can be created using technology.

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