Her life mattered not just because she helped spark the nation's consciousness but because Breonna deserved to live her life to the fullest.
Although Hankison will stand trial for charges related to the incident involving Taylor, no officer has been indicted on charges directly related to her death. Justice for Breonna Taylor continues to feel out of reach.
The upcoming criminal trial for Brett Hankison, a former Louisville police detective involved in Breonna Taylor's killing - but not charged for her killing Breonna Taylor -- will be open to the press, a Kentucky judge ruled Thursday, delivering him a legal setback.
It took more than 3 months to finally fire William Bennett, an ex-teacher at a Louisville high school where he was recorded on video fighting a Black student and using racist language to defend his actions.
The city of Louisville has agreed to pay $75,000 to a Black couple—Anthony Parker Sr. and his then-fiancé Demetria Firman, who were pulled over in 2018 for failing to use a turn signal, despite body-cam footage showing they had used their turning signal—under the condition that they don't talk bad about police.
The family of Ta'Neasha Chappell, a Louisville woman who recently died under questionable circumstances in Indiana police custody, has retained the services of the attorneys who represented the family of Breonna Taylor.
Attica Scott pledges to represent all corners of Kentucky's 3rd Congressional District, prioritizing the needs of traditionally vulnerable communities.
At the urging of Brown's family, groups of volunteers have gone out into the community handing out flyers to alert people of his disappearance.
If racism is a public health crisis, then the Louisville Metro Police Department is a tumor. And a tumor can't cure itself.
A Black family based in Louisville, Kentucky, recently launched a GoFundMe in an effort to escape their collective trauma as the result of a violent no-knock raid.
A predominantly Black Kentucky community is outraged after a judge dismissed the case of a white man who raped and fractured the skull of an 8-year-old child in 2019.
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.
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