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Source: Media from WIX

Police Funding Project

Since the death of George Floyd, police brutality in the U.S. has been brought to light. Countless incidents - where armed officers not only failed to perform their duties of protecting the citizens but actually abused their power over them - have increased the anti-police sentiment among the public. “Defund the Police” has become a popular slogan associated with the Black Lives Matter movement. As a part of the Data Strategy Fellowship Program led by ParsonTKO & TechSoup, we hope to use data to analyze the police funding issues in the U.S. and provide the public with our insights for the movement. Our goal is to provide people with more organized information to help them with their own analysis and understanding of the movement.


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Check out the Project page to see how this project comes together, and click on "Our Data" bottom below to see the results of our project.

Meet The Team


Jin Huang

3rd-year student at the University of Chicago, majoring in Political Science and Economics


Timo Budiono

4th-year student at Kettering University, majoring in Computer Science and Industrial Engineering


Suakshay Bahal

Recent graduate at the University of Baffalo, majoring in Management of Information Systems


Muaz Aznan

Recent graduate at the University of California, Davis, majoring in Microbiology with Minors in Public Health and Technology Management


Juliana Albertini

4th-year student at the University of California, Berkeley, majoring in Data Science


Mohammad Kanawati

3rd-year student at the University of California, Irvine, majoring in Data Science & Business Administration, Emphasis in Finance

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