In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, protesters across the country called for police reform and other changes to address systemic racism in the United States. A year later, what progress has been made? Where do the movements go from here? On Tuesday, May 25 at 1 pm ET, join the PBS NewsHour’s Amna Nawaz as she talks with the Center For Policing Equity’s Tracie Keesee and journalist Justin Ellis as they take your questions on the state of police reforms and other calls to action around the country.
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