Video Duration 25 minutes 20 seconds
From: Inside Story

What has changed in the year since George Floyd’s killing?

The case reignited longstanding anger at police brutality in the US and triggered what many call a global reckoning on racism.

George Floyd was not the first unarmed Black man to die at the hands of the US police officers.

But the shocking video of his arrest in Minneapolis a year ago reverberated across the United States and the world.

The case reignited longstanding anger at police brutality in the US and triggered what many call a global reckoning on racism.

So what has changed in the year since the killing? And has justice been served?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom

Guests:

Jill Cartwright – Community organiser and campaign lead at Southerners On New Ground

Lester Spence – Professor of political science and Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University

Arthur Rizer – Former police officer and former prosecutor at the Department of Justice