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May 25, 2021

In the year since George Floyd’s murder, there have been calls for police reform, record voter turnout for a Presidential election, and 360 bills with restrictive voting provisions introduced by legislators in 47 states. Guest host Dr. Rachel Thornton of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity talks with democracy and elections expert Kareem Crayton about which elected officials are in positions to enact police reform, how community members can hold those officials accountable, the challenges of redistricting, and the importance of protecting voter rights.