Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is convicted on all counts in the murder of George Floyd. We check in with Northern Californians, with our own reporters on the ground listening to activists. Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn shares his perspective on the historic verdict, and Pastor Les Simmons explains it’ll shape the community’s relationship with law enforcement. We’ll also have mental health resources to process trauma as the tense, painful trial comes to a close.
- CapRadio Race and Equity Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan and News Editor Kris Hooks on the impact of the Chauvin verdict in the region, what activists are saying, and the station’s virtual event tonight
- Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn with his perspective on the Chauvin verdict and what it means for law enforcement in the city
- Pastor Les Simmons of the South Sacramento Christian Center discusses how the Chauvin verdict might shape the community’s relationship with the police
- Community healer, African-centered psychologist, and founder of ‘Safe Black Space,’ Dr. Kristee Haggins, on resources to process the pain and trauma following the Chauvin trial