Rage has yielded to a sense of purpose. As George Floyd's casket was viewed near his North Carolina birthplace, demonstrators massed across the U.S. and the world Saturday against the kind of police brutality that ended his life May 25. Tens of thousands marched near an increasingly fortified White House, where President Donald Trump tweeted about a "Much smaller crowd" than expected. Even the small Texas town of Vidor, Texas, with a history of white supremacist activity, saw a #BlackLivesMatter protest. Memorials will continue in Houston, where Floyd grew up, before his burial on Tuesday.
OZY asks: Will this change policing?