The George Floyd Act faces a difficult pathway this year with a Republican-controlled House. But protecting our communities from police violence is a priority that crosses race, class, and parties.
Three years after the introduction of the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, we are still waiting for Congress to vote on real reform. In the meantime, we keep mourning the likes of Tyre Nichols, Anthony Lowe, Jr., and Keenan Anderson.
We need to call on our elected officials to act with courage and vote for more critical police reforms.
Community demands for change and reform fueled each of these wins and many more. We must keep calling on our elected officials to act with courage and vote for more critical police reforms.