As More Examples Of Police Violence Against African-Americans Emerge, What’s Next?

Katie Wright, mother of Daunte, broke into tears Tuesday recounting her last conversation with her son, who called her for advice after being pulled over by police. An officer shot him shortly after.
Katie Wright, mother of Daunte, broke into tears Tuesday recounting her last conversation with her son, who called her for advice after being pulled over by police. An officer shot him shortly after.
Katie Wright, mother of Daunte, broke into tears Tuesday recounting her last conversation with her son, who called her for advice after being pulled over by police. An officer shot him shortly after.
Katie Wright, mother of Daunte, broke into tears Tuesday recounting her last conversation with her son, who called her for advice after being pulled over by police. An officer shot him shortly after.

As More Examples Of Police Violence Against African-Americans Emerge, What’s Next?

George Floyd. Daunte Wright. Adam Toledo. Two men and one boy — all killed by police — dominate the headlines. How do we change the system?

Reset talks with a Chicago activist about what the activist community and country need to do to address police violence once and for all.

GUEST: Aislinn Pulley, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Chicago