A poster of George Floyd held by protestors in Atlanta.

People march through the streets of Atlanta after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of three counts in the death of George Floyd, Tuesday, April 20, 2021.

Credit: Ben Gray, AP

Tuesday on Political Rewind: It has been one year since the murder of George Floyd. His death sent millions of Americans into the streets to demand racial justice and police accountability. Our panel looked back at this year of reckoning.

Change is coming to Stone Mountain Park after its governing board approved a series of plans that begin reframing the park’s glorification of the Lost Cause. Part of the plans include a history exhibit that will tell the truth about the dark history of the mountain’s past — as a gathering place for the Klan and a symbol of white supremacy.


Tamar Hallerman — Senior Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ceasar Mitchell — Former President, Atlanta City Council

Dr. Audrey Haynes — Professor of Political Science, University of Georgia

Eric Tanenblatt — Republican Fundraiser and Strategist