The conviction of Derek Chauvin showed George Floyd’s life really did matter to a justice system on trial. Now, millions of Americans wait to see whether a moment of rare hope will spur political leaders to deliver similar justice by reforming policing and eradicating systemic racism. “We can’t stop here,” President Joe Biden said at the White House, calling Tuesday’s verdict “a much too rare” step forward for Black men. CNN reports that the method for making the most fundamental set of changes to policing in a generation, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, is already sitting in the Senate