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Remembering George Floyd: Experts on policing, protests and racism

Two years ago, over the summer of 2020, the murder of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis set off worldwide protests calling for racial justice and an end to police violence. Below is a roundup of a readers from scholars of policing, law, race and history to examine the ways in which the United States has – and hasn’t – changed since that day, and the potential lasting impacts on social and political movements, policing, activism and more.

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