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How policing has changed 4 years after George Floyd's murder

Season 2024 Episode 149 | 6m 56s

This month marked four years since the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis. Floyd’s killing sparked a global uprising and sweeping promises of racial justice and police reform. But four years later, there’s been some backlash to the changes that were set into motion and in some cases, public attitudes have changed. Geoff Bennett discussed that with Phillip Atiba Solomon.

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