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Change Every Day: Apps That Save Lives

'Change Every Day'

Originally Aired: Thursday, March 7, 2019


As the news cycle shows us daily, things can change very quickly. What if anyone, from anywhere in the world, could help play a crucial role right from their phones?

From responding to police interactions to simplifying refugee communications, learn how individuals are leveraging tech on the ground to make a collective impact for good.

Guests include Aziz Alghunaim, co-founder of TarjimlyBrandon Anderson, founder and CEO of Raheem AI; and Swapna Reddy, co-founder and co-director of Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project. Hosted by WNYC’s Shumita Basu.


About Change Every Day

There is hope in change. In this special partnership with Echoing Green, you’ll discover how you can harness your day-to-day choices to create a collective transformation. Over four events at The Greene Space, leading entrepreneurs, engineers, organizers and activists working from Appalachia to New York City will share their incredible work and the steps they’re taking to make the world more sustainable, safe and equitable. Bring your ideas and curiosity.

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