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Afterthoughts • Sam Sinyangwe

Pete and Dodge try to rehabilitate after a hard conversation on police violence and the data Sam's team is collecting.

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Hi everybody,

This week we’re talking about Sam Sinyangwe and his gentle approach to advocacy by collecting and presenting data on police killings in the United States. This data is important, and we — like so many — struggle with the emotions the bubble up behind our efforts to stay rational, and so deeply appreciative of all the wonderful people who dedicate their lives and careers to public service through policing.

Thanks to you all for showing up and sharing a bit of your struggle with this stuff, too. We’re all in this together.

— Pete

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