A year after cities across the U.S. saw riots following the death of George Floyd, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said faith and community leaders can help avert a spike in violent crime this summer.
Ellison spoke to ABC’s “This Week” days after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin received a 22.5-year sentence for Floyd’s murder and agreed with President Biden that communities could be at risk in the coming months.
EXPERTS: IMPACT OF CHAUVIN CASE ON POLICING YET TO BE SEEN
“We’ve seen massive numbers of people unemployed during the pandemic. People are out of work, people are worried about rent, this is injecting stress into the community and sometimes that
Go To The SourceRead More