How George Floyd’s Murder Sparked New Conversations And Reignited A Movement

For Maryland resident Wendy Bohon, video of George Floyd’s death led to conversations about racism with her family for the first time.

How George Floyd’s Murder Sparked New Conversations And Reignited A Movement
People walk through George Floyd Square after shots were fired on the one year anniversary of George Floyd's death on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Minneapolis. The intersection where George Floyd died was disrupted by gunfire Tuesday, just hours before it was to be the site of a family-friendly street festival marking the anniversary of his death at the hands of police. Christian Monterrosa / AP Photo
How George Floyd’s Murder Sparked New Conversations And Reignited A Movement
People walk through George Floyd Square after shots were fired on the one year anniversary of George Floyd's death on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Minneapolis. The intersection where George Floyd died was disrupted by gunfire Tuesday, just hours before it was to be the site of a family-friendly street festival marking the anniversary of his death at the hands of police. Christian Monterrosa / AP Photo

How George Floyd’s Murder Sparked New Conversations And Reignited A Movement

For Maryland resident Wendy Bohon, video of George Floyd’s death led to conversations about racism with her family for the first time.

One year after George Floyd’s murder, his death has amplified the Black Lives Matter movement around the world and sparked new conversations around policing and racism in schools and workplaces and between family and friends.

Reset brings on two guests and opens the phones to listeners to reflect on the one-year anniversary of Floyd’s murder and how to find healing from “racial battle fatigue.”

GUESTS: Arionne Nettles, journalism lecturer at Northwestern University’s Medill School

Wendy Bohon, Maryland resident