It’s been a year and four months since former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin murdered George Floyd, touching off nationwide protests and putting wind in the sails of the defund the police movement. Black Lives Matter Twin Cities activist Monique Cullars-Doty joins us again with reflections on the last sixteen months.
The May 2020 murder of 46-year old George Floyd by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin touched off a storm of protests across the country and reignited the Black Lives Matter movement. A lot has happened in the last sixteen months, but has justice yet been served? Joining us once again for a look back and a look ahead is Black Lives Matter Twin Cities activist Monique Cullars-Doty.
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