May 25, 2021 marks one year after George Floyd’s death which helped further open our eyes on police brutality and the need for reform. Demonstrators in the United States and dozens of other nations poured into streets, protesting injustice and police brutality, and affirming support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
In Baltimore – with its own disturbing history of police involved killings, notably Freddie Gray in 2015 – pledges of reform after the George Floyd murder rang as loudly as anywhere. Promises to change policing and to bolster representation in corporate boardrooms.
Have promises made last spring been fulfilled? Is momentum for change continuing?
Read more about police reform in Baltimore HERE.