Kenneth Walker

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.

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 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.

Tyler Perry donated $100,000 to a legal defense fund for Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker.

Diamonds Ford is fighting to clear her name after she was charged for shooting a police officer she suspected to be an intruder while serving a warrant at her home in Jacksonville, Florida.

Gayle King continued her impressive streak of landing coveted interviews that Black America wants to see when she sat down with Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Breonna Taylor who survived the police shooting that killed her in her own home.

Kentucky prosecutors are slandering Breonna Taylor's reputation by trying to "posthumously frame" her in order "to clear police," lawyers charged.

A couple of legal experts interviewed by the Associated Press suggested we should probably not hold our breaths waiting for Breonna Taylor's killers to be arrested and charged for what social justice advocates have called murder.

The police shooting and killing Breonna Taylor while she slept in her own home adds a brand new dimension to the lengthening list of normal human activities that Black people must now be vigilant about doing.

The type of "no-knock" search warrant used in the Louisville Police Department's botched raid that killed Breonna Taylor has a deadly history when they're not executed correctly.