It’s been one week since George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis police custody. Protestors, angered by police killings of black Americans, are calling for racial justice and change. They have taken to the streets across both across the country and here in western Mass. 

Shirley Edgerton, a cultural proficiency coach, activist and NAACP Berkshires board member, was among several hundred people who protested at Pittsfield’s Park Square this weekend. Edgerton joined Carrie Saldo to share her perspective on the protests and the demand for racial justice in the U.S.