What's next for the officer that killed George Floyd

fter over two weeks of testimony and a 10 hour jury deliberation, Chauvin was found unanimously guilty of all three charges: second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

The focus has and will always remain on the fact that Chauvin used the power of his badge to unmercifully kneel on the neck ofGeorge Floydfor almost nine minutes. Floyd is not a martyr for white guilt or awareness, his death signals a thunderous crack in the schism of America, the ramifications of slavery and systemic racism, coupled with overreaching disparities across health, education and access.

Many feel that Chauvin’s guilty verdict could launch massive reform in policing across the country,but with the simultaneous killingof 16-year-oldMa’Khia Bryant,there is undoubtedly more work left to do