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
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