As thousands of people around the country protest to demand justice for George Floyd and police accountability, video-documented law enforcement abuse continues to spur fresh outrage. Peaceful demonstrations have been met with tear gas and rubber bullets, and instances of police brutality continue to mount. As public outcry reaches a fever pitch, community leaders are working to implement solutions. Washington Post opinions writer Jonathan Capehart will speak with DeRay Mckesson, a leading voice of the Black Lives Matter movement and co-founder of Campaign Zero, as well as Charles Ramsey, a former police chief in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., about policing and the impact of civil unrest on criminal justice reform. Join us on Wednesday, June 10 at 2:00 p.m. ET.