Yang, Terrence Floyd discuss police reform at round table meeting

As Andrew Yang continues his campaign for mayor, he met with Terrence Floyd—brother of George Floyd—on March 8 to discuss strained race relations in New York.

Terrence Floyd watched his brother lose his life through a camera lens as Derek Chauvin knelt on the 46-year-old’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in Minneapolis. Yang on the other, has seen countless acts of violence since the recent slew of xenophobic attacks on fellow Asian Americans. With these two distinct mindsets and experiences, the pair met at Grace Tabernacle Christian Center in Brooklyn to talk about what Yang could do to aid in the fight against racism if he were to be elected Mayor.

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