Statement on the Verdict of the Derek Chauvin Trial

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Statement on the Verdict of the Derek Chauvin Trial

We grieve for the racism and brutality Black people continue to face in this country, and the murder of George Floyd. The long, hard work to become a more just nation requires steadfast committed efforts that must transcend any one trial.


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