(NewsNation Now) — It’s been exactly one year since George Floyd died under a police officer’s knee on the pavement outside a Minneapolis bodega.
The deadly arrest for a nonviolent offense re-awakened a movement re-imagined for a new time. But since his death, some say other Black Americans who died in police encounters might not have, were they white.
No one expected the deepest-rooted, farthest-reaching problems of our society to be figured-out in a year, but have we gotten anywhere?
George Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd, and family attorney Ben Crump remember Floyd’s life and share their new mission of police reform after his death.