What to expect during Derek Chauvin’s sentencing; Plus, Socorro “Cori” Moreland on the Black trans-masculine experience

Photo: Hundreds march through downtown Minneapolis in April 2021 during the jury trial for officer Derek Chauvin, who murdered George Floyd. Image by Chad Davis, licensed by CC 2.0.

On today’s show:

0:08 – Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis Police officer who was convicted of 2nd and 3rd degree murder of George Floyd is being sentenced today. Mary Moriarty, a public defender for 31 years, most recently for Hennepin County, Minnesota and contributor to the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder joins us to discuss what to expect during the Chauvin’s sentencing trial.

0:33 – Socorro “Cori” Moreland, the Founder and CEO of Brotherhood510 which empowers trans-masculine Black individuals to access community resources and connect with one another via social media joins us to discuss the Black trans-masculine experience. Moreland sits on a number of executive boards and community advisory boards specifically around transgender wellness and advocacy.


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