LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – One year ago, the world watched as Derek Chauvin had his knee on the neck of George Floyd for nine minutes and twenty-nine seconds, stealing his breath, and his life.
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In the months that followed, there was social unrest and demands for police reform and racial justice.
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Now, one year later, what has changed? What hasn’t? What still needs to be done? Join Pat Harvey and Tom Wait Tuesday at 7 p.m. for a Town Hall, streaming live on CBSN LA as they sit with community leaders to discuss these questions and more.
Guests scheduled to take part include:
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Michel Moore, LAPD Chief
Jody Armour, USC Law professor
Pastor Shep Crawford of the Experience Christian Ministries
Timothy T. Williams Jr., Police Procedure Expert/Consultant
George Gascon, Los Angeles District Attorney
Dr. Adolph Brown, Clinical Psychologist
Robert Rico, Frmr police officer and General Counsel for the LA Police Protective League