The trial and murder conviction of Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin sparked new national conversations about violent policing and racial injustice. How should policy makers, police, and journalists respond? _The New Yorker_ staff writer Jelani Cobb and BBC correspondent Tara McKelvey — who both covered the trial from Minneapolis — will join _The Atlantic_ staff writer Adam Serwer to discuss how public discourse and press coverage have and have not changed since the trial. Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics executive director Setti Warren moderates the event. As part of the [GBH News](https://www.wgbh.org/news/) week-long look at the impact of the murder of George Floyd one year ago, GBH Forum Network is pleased to co-present this conversation, part of the Shorenstein Center’s Alumni Fellows Network speaker series, featuring former Shorenstein fellows discussing major topics in the news, and their current work.
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