Is Chauvin Trial the Tipping Point for Police Reform?
What was different about the Chauvin trial wasn't the verdict, though it felt rare after other cops had been let off the hook for using force on people of color. It was the millions of people who used the case as a rallying cry to call for real change. But it's just one case. Aya Gruber, professor of law at the University of Colorado law school, explains what needs to happen to change policing.