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George Floyd: A Killing That Shook the World

Thousands have joined marches against racism after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Clive Myrie asks if this event could change race relations in America for good.

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has prompted the biggest protests about race and police brutality in America for 50 years. Around the world, thousands of people have joined marches against racism. Reporter Clive Myrie asks if this could be a moment that changes race relations in America for good. He hears from protesters, eyewitnesses and former police officers about why this killing has had such a powerful impact, and speaks to people from black and white communities in Minneapolis about their hopes and fears for the future.

29 minutes


Role Contributor
Reporter Clive Myrie
Producer Joseph McAuley
Producer Dawn Lake
Executive Producer Diana Martin
Editor Rachel Jupp