WINK News Roundtable: FGCU experts talk George Floyd protests, progress

Reporter: Chris Cifatte
A woman wearing a shirt honoring Juneteenth and other milestones of history raises her first with union workers and other supporters at the start of a march Friday, June 19, 2020, near the Port of Seattle as part of a coordinated eight-hour work stoppage at more than two dozen West Coast Ports that was organized by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. Workers took part in rallies honoring Juneteenth and to protest against police violence and racism. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

It’s been less than a month since video of George Floyd dying in the streets of Minneapolis, Minnesota sparked a nationwide movement. There have been peaceful protests and some that turned violent. But have we made any progress?

We sat down with our expert panel of FGCU professors Friday to see what they think.

Watch the video above for the full discussion hosted by WINK News Anchor Chris Cifatte.

And we want you to join the conversation too. This story will be posted on WINK News Anchor Chris Cifatte’s Facebook page, so you can weigh in on this edition of the WINK News Roundtable.

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