Fight For Social Equity And Racial Justice Continues One Year After George Floyd’s Murder

“Getting to equity means righting the inequity,” said Richard Wallace of Equity and Transformation.

Fight For Social Equity And Racial Justice Continues One Year After George Floyd’s Murder
Community members place candles around the iron fist at 38th Street and Chicago Avenue — informally known as George Floyd Square — on the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's death, Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Minneapolis. Christian Monterrosa / AP Photo
Fight For Social Equity And Racial Justice Continues One Year After George Floyd’s Murder
Community members place candles around the iron fist at 38th Street and Chicago Avenue — informally known as George Floyd Square — on the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's death, Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Minneapolis. Christian Monterrosa / AP Photo

Fight For Social Equity And Racial Justice Continues One Year After George Floyd’s Murder

“Getting to equity means righting the inequity,” said Richard Wallace of Equity and Transformation.

While the massive protests of last summer have subsided, there’s still a lot of work going on behind the scenes in cities and communities across the country.

Reset brings on a Chicago activist to reflect on what has and hasn’t changed since George Floyd’s death and the ongoing fight for racial justice.

GUEST: Richard Wallace, founder of Equity And Transformation (EAT)