How Do We Reduce Police Brutality in America? | MORE THAN A VOTE x THE SHOP

It’s been a full year since George Floyd and Breonna Taylor were killed by police and millions marched for justice — but Congress still hasn’t banned chokeholds and no-knock warrants, or made police more accountable to the communities they’re sworn to protect.

More Than A Vote pulled together Maverick Carter, Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo, Natasha Cloud, Ben Crump, Philonise Floyd, Jemele Hill, and Meek Mill for an important conversation about how the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act can be a real solution to increase police accountability and protect our people.

So long as Black men and women are dying in police chokeholds, it’s on all of us to keep speaking out. #CallYourSenators and tell to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act: more.vote/ProtectOurPeople

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