Sat, 11 July 2020
Black Lives Matter might be the largest social movement in American history. Last month, an estimated 15-25 million people took to the streets to protest police violence, launching a national conversation about the role systemic racism plays in law enforcement. In this episode, producer Teresa Cotsirilos tells the story of a man whose past experiences with the police drove him to fight for justice from the inside. Jinho Ferreira, also known as “The Piper,” discusses his childhood in West Oakland, his experiences working in law enforcement and what it means to be an artist in a moment of radical change.
Jinho Ferreira, artist, actor and former Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy
Teresa Cotsirilos, producer
Jarrod Sport, senior producer
Joanne Elgart Jennings, executive producer
Philip Yun, President and CEO
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