Offerings are left at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S., May 21, 2021.
REUTERS/Nicholas PfosiAmericans on Tuesday will mark the first anniversary of the murder of George Floyd beneath a white Minneapolis police officer’s knee, which catalyzed the largest U.S. protest movement in decades over police brutality against Black people.
In Washington, President Joe Biden will meet privately with members of Floyd's family at the White House, not far from where promised police reform legislation in Floyd's name has stalled in the U.S. Congress.
'INCREMENTAL PROGRESS' ON LEGISLATIONBiden is expected to discuss the progress of the federal George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, which Floyd's family has supported, in his meeting with the relatives on Tuesday.
Floyd's daughter and her mother, along with Floyd's sister, brothers, sister-in-law and nephew are expected to attend.
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