People celebrated across the U.S. yesterday after a Minneapolis jury convicted a former police officer of killing George Floyd.
Cheering crowds filled streets around Minneapolis, including the street where former officer Derek Chauvin knelt on the handcuffed man's neck for more than nine minutes last May. Floyd's family says while Chauvin has been held accountable, the fight is far from over- George's brother, Philonise Floyd, talked to Good Morning America about what it means.
Chauvin still has the ability to appeal his conviction, but it will be a difficult process as 90% of appeals are denied across the United States. Sentencing for Chauvin will proceed in approximately 8 weeks, with bail revoked.