Jonathan Mattingly, one of the Louisville police officers involved in Breonna Taylor's killing, may need to find a new way to capitalize on her death after Simon & Schuster refused to distribute the disgraced cop's planned book.
The new law does not go as far as House Bill 21 introduced by State Rep. Attica Scott, also known as Breonna’s Law.
As part of his $100 million commitment to fight systemic racism, NBA legend Michael Jordan is providing grants for grassroots organizations.
Across the United States demonstrators held rallies to honor the life and legacy of Breonna Taylor, a Black 26-year-old Louisville, Kentucky, woman who was killed by police in her home.
It’s been one year since Louisville police killed Breonna Taylor, another Black woman taken from us for no other reason than her life wasn’t deemed valuable or worthy of protection.
From the poorly planned release of his engagement photos to the release of the grand jury tapes, it's apparent that Cameron is only invested in securing and upholding the idea of whiteness.
Taylor's death exemplifies what happens to Black women who are routinely caught in the crossfires of the war on drugs, riddled with restricted access to their reproductive and civil rights under the pervasive umbrella of systemic racism.
Justice for Breonna doesn’t only mean accountability in the eyes of the law. She deserved the right to create and raise the family she wanted without having to be afraid of police violence. Breonna deserved reproductive justice.
Activists demanded that Commonwealth Attorney Tom Wine prosecute the police officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death now that his self-proclaimed conflict of interest that prompted his recusal last year no longer exists.
The billboard was unveiled as part of a week of action leading up to Taylor's death anniversary on March 13. Community members will be able to interact with the billboard as it travels through Louisville throughout the weekend.
Tamika Palmer says she will not give up on gaining justice for her daughter as the 1-year anniversary of Breonna Taylor's death inches closer.
The charges, assault and attempted murder of an officer, were dismissed without prejudice, barring any attempt to charge him in connection to the night of March 13, 2020.
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