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Nigel Blackburn

502Con Co-Host

Joshua Hasch

Louisville Metro Police Department

Greg Fischer

Mayor of Louisville

Brittany Packnett Cunningham

Author & Co-Host, Pod Save The People

DJ Kool Breeze

@DJ Kool Breeze

Chanelle Helm

Black Liberation Movement

Dawne Gee

WAVE 3 News Anchor

Rep. Attica Scott

Kentucky State Representative, District 41

Diane Porter

Jefferson County Public Schools, Board Member: District 1

Chase Dean

Youth Music Artist

Jailen Leavell

502Con Co-Organizer

Makya Griffin

Youth Music Artist

Dasia Woods

Youth Music Artist

Vincent James

Chief of Community Building, Louisville Metro Government

Angela Rye

Principal & CEO, IMPACT Strategies and CNN Commentator

Nicole Yates

District Director, Office of Congressman John Yarmuth

Josie Raymond

Kentucky State Representative, District 31

Danielle Polion

502 Con Host

Bryant Jackson

Simmons College Alum

Taris Smith

502Con Director of Marketing

Marty Pollio

Jefferson County Public Schools, Superintendent

Rashaad Adbur-Rahman

Executive Advisor at Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health

Maryam Ahmed

502Con Advisor

Rep. John Yarmuth

United States House of Representatives

Jaelyn Stewart

"DJay Stew", AMPED

Quaniqua Carthan-Love

Cities United, Director of Planning

Zion Bonds

502Con Implementation Team

Keisha Dorsey

Louisville Metro Council, District 3

Sadiqa Reynolds

CEO President of Louisville Urban League

Ricky Jones

Professor and Chair of the University of Louisville's Department of Pan-African Studies

Kevin Cosby

Simmons College of Kentucky, President

Charles Booker

Kentucky State Representative, District 43

Destiny Ca'Mel 1

Youth Artist

Fadumo Abdullahi

University of Louisville

Corrie Shull

Jefferson County Public Schools, Board Member: District 6

Jecorey "1200" Arthur

Award-Winning Teacher Musician and Activist

Terrell Williams


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