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"Derek Chauvin is going to prison. George Floyd is still dead. The systems that contributed to his death remain. There is much work to do in America," USA TODAY columnist @suzyscribe  writes.

NEW: A juror in the Derek Chauvin trial says most of deliberations were spent trying to convince one person who was uncertain about the jury instructions. "I felt like it should have been 20 minutes," Brandon Mitchell said on "Good Morning America."

Regina King alluded to the Derek Chauvin verdict in her opening remarks, and Tyler Perry urged Americans to “refuse hate.” In ways big and small, America’s continued reckoning with racial justice reverberated throughout Sunday’s #Oscars .

The Derek Chauvin trial exposed the power of the myths many white people believe about policing—and America

“People start to think that a trial like that represents American justice—It doesn't," says Chris Hayes on the Derek Chauvin trial. "Thinking that is like watching the NBA and assuming that's what every pick-up basketball game in America looks like."

After Derek Chauvin verdict, 6 killed by police across America in 24 hours

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"Is justice convicting a police officer, or is justice convicting America?": Ibram X. Kendi provides powerful insight into the trial of Derek Chauvin, and what the outcome of this single trial means in the ongoing fight to address racism at the root of the problem.

After verdict in Derek Chauvin trial, 6 police killings across America in 24 hours

The Derek Chauvin verdict is an occasion to think about how to reform policing. Convicting one officer won’t fix America’s problems. But the case was nonetheless a wake-up call

After verdict in Derek Chauvin trial, 6 police killings across America in 24 hours

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Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd, in a milestone for America's reckoning on race

“This can be a giant step forward in the march toward justice in America.” President Joe Biden praised the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin for murdering George Floyd, but cautioned that the fight for racial justice in the U.S. is nowhere near complete

President Biden on Derek Chauvin being found guiltily of the murder of George Floyd: It was a murder in full light of day and it ripped the blinders off of the systemic racism in America. He adds: “Today’s verdict is a step forward.”

President Biden calls the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial a rare but "giant step forward in the march towards justice in America"

“30 years later and nothing has changed.” The killing of George Floyd set off a reckoning over race and policing in America — but the outrage is not new. We watched Derek Chauvin’s trial with the families of Rodney King, Oscar Grant and Stephon Clark.

I'm thankful for George Floyd’s family that justice was served America was forever changed by the video of Derek Chauvin killing George Floyd However, a guilty verdict doesn’t mean the persistent problem of police misconduct is solved We'll keep working for meaningful change

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Derek Chauvin - Guilty on all counts. America can call Derek Chauvin what many have long believed. Murderer.

Derek Chauvin was given the due process which he denied George Floyd and he must serve his sentence. He was convicted, and found Guilty. All three counts. While this is a solemn day, this is also a proud day for America. Black Lives Still, and Always WILL, Matter.

Today is a solemn day in America. Join me and my colleagues at the United States Capitol as we stand in solidarity after the Derek Chauvin murder trial verdict is announced.

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