From George Floyd To Andrew Brown Jr., Police Killings Continue
Thursday, May 6, 2021
Last month, Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd in what was considered by many to be a historic trial.
Despite ongoing protests and calls for reform, why do these killings continue?
We look at the politics of police accountability, from body cameras to qualified immunity, in North Carolina and beyond.
Randy Shrewsberry, former police officer and the executive director of the Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform
John Rubin, Albert Coates professor of public law and government, director of Public Defense Education program at UNC Chapel Hill
Laura Pellicer, digital news producer for WUNC