Cosponsored by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International AffairsThe killing of George Floyd and the wave of protests that followed bring to life the current struggle for civil rights, human rights, and social justice. This moment did not occur in isolation or in a vacuum. Why did the protests go global? Is this social movement like others in history or is it unique? What happens when protests end? This series explores these questions and more through conversations with some of the leading voices on racial justice, human rights, and the history of protest movements.