Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd on Tuesday, the conclusion of a closely watched trial that came nearly a year after Floyd’s killing catalyzed an international protest movement for racial justice.
“It’s not enough. We can’t stop here,” President Biden said in remarks at the White House after the conviction, a rare example of punishment after a police killing.
Here’s what you need to know:
Here's what to know:
The Derek Chauvin trial: What you need to know
The latest: First Chauvin juror to speak publicly recounts stress of coming to court to ‘watch a Black man die’
Photos: Scenes from across the U.S. as verdict was announced
Reaction: The private grief of George Floyd’s girlfriend | With a verdict, troubled reflections | Floyd’s family members celebrate verdict, vow to fight on for racial justice
The jurors: The people who decided Derek Chauvin’s fate
Video timeline: How George Floyd’s death unfolded in Minneapolis
George Floyd’s America: Examining systemic racism through the lens of his life
Full coverage: Race & Reckoning
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