Mural of Breonna Taylor painted in Maryland park

Nearly 30 volunteers and 10 teaching artists painted a 7,000-square-foot mural honoring Breonna Taylor – a 26-year old Black woman who was fatally shot by police in her Louisville, Kentucky apartment in March – at Chambers Park in Annapolis. (July 7)

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Hundreds attend “Justice for Breonna Taylor” rally

Hundreds including celebrities and activists gathered at Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort on Thursday for a rally demanding “Justice for Breonna Taylor.” (June 25)

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Here’s the latest for Friday June 19th: Americans mark the Juneteenth holiday; Officer involved in fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor to be fired; WHO finds European links to new virus outbreak in Bejing; Cheetah cub to be raised by hand in San Diego.

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Juneteenth Explained

This year’s Juneteenth has taken on an additional significance after the killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Ahmaud Arbery reignited the fight for Black American equality. But of course, Juneteenth’s history stretches back through several presidencies and generations of systemic racism against African Americans.

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George Floyd, Black Lives Matter: a history of police violence in the United States | AFP

The death of George Floyd at the hands of US police on 25 May in Minneapolis has brought back painful memories for many. Breonna Taylor, Rodney King, Timothy Thomas, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray: these are just a few of the many African Americans that have been subject to violence or killed by police since the early 90s in the United States. Since then demonstrations calling for justice have rocked the country, finally crystallising into a massive national movement that is calling for an end to injustice and ‘systemic racism’ against African Americans.

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Voices of Protest: Desperation, Rage, Hope

The Associated Press spoke asked a cross-section of Americans why they’ve taken to the streets to decry the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others killed by police. AP Video produced by Martha Irvine. (June 17)

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Louisville Erupts in Protest Over the Killing of Breonna Taylor

Louisville erupted in protests after the death of George Floyd, demanding justice for Breonna Taylor who was shot inside her home during a drug raid in March.

This is what it was like on the ground in Kentucky.

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Mickey Guyton, Leon Bridges make music from the pain of police brutality

In response to the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, dozens of artists have voiced their heavy thoughts and feelings in song. Country singer Mickey Guyton wrote “Black Like Me” last year about her experiences with racism but released it on Black Out Tuesday because it resonated so perfectly with the times, while Leon Bridges recently released “Sweeter.” (June 8)

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Trey Songz on making music from the pain of police brutality

In response to the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, dozens of artists have voiced their heavy thoughts and feelings in song. R&B singer Trey Songz released “2020 Riots: How Many Times” last week. He says he recorded it after watching the ghastly video of Floyd dying as a police officer pressed his knee on his neck. (June 8)

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Protesters mark Breonna Taylor’s birthday at Black Lives Matter rally in New York | AFP

Protesters celebrate Breonna Taylor’s birthday during a Black Lives Matter rally in the New York neighbourhood of Brooklyn. In March, the 26-year-old medical worker was shot dead in her own apartment in Louisville, Kentucky by police who barged in, alleging her home had been used by drug dealers. IMAGES

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Breonna Taylor’s Sister Tells Us What It’s Like to Hear People Chant Her Name

“I hope her name makes police enforcement want to tighten up and correct themselves before they make another mistake.”

We talked with Breonna Taylor’s sister about her fight for justice, and what it’s been like to watch people chant her name all across the country

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Senate Leaders speak out against racial inequity

The Senate opened on Monday with leaders condemning the recent deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, black Americans, by police in Minnesota and Kentucky and the shooting death of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia by two white men. (June 1)

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7 shot at Louisville protest over police killing

At least seven people were shot Thursday in Louisville during protests over Breonna Taylor’s fatal police shooting. The rally came hours after the release of a 911 call Taylor’s boyfriend made in March, after she was shot eight times in her home. (May 29)

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Civil rights atty represents family of woman killed by police

Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump has been hired by the family of a black woman who was fatally shot by Louisville, Kentucky police in her home. Breonna Taylor, was killed on March 13th. (May 13)

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