On the Sky News Daily podcast with Dermot Murnaghan, our US correspondent Sally Lockwood reflects on the events which led to Derek Chauvin – a white former police officer - being convicted of murdering a black man.
Plus, Lord Simon Woolley – founding director of campaign group Operation Black Vote – looks at the potential impact of the verdict on tackling racial inequality globally.
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