One Year Since the Louisville Police Murder of Breonna Taylor: Still NO Justice



Breonna Taylor

One year ago, on March 13, 2020, Louisville pigs suddenly forced their way into the apartment of Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman who worked as an emergency technician, and killed her in a burst of gunfire. Six months later, the Kentucky attorney general announced a grand jury decision that held none of the cops involved in the raid accountable for Breonna’s murder. On the one year anniversary, people were out in the streets of Louisville and other cities around the country to demand justice for Breonna Taylor and other victims of murder by police. As Breonna’s mother, Tamika Palmer said, “She deserves justice—but there’s so many people that deserve justice.”

Breonna Taylor and Tamika Palmer

Breonna Taylor was murdered March 13, 2020

The Killing of Breonna Taylor, a documentary by Yoruba Richen, and presented by the New York Times streamed on Hulu and FX in September 2020.

Protest in front of the Louisville Mayor's office, May 26, 2020.

In Louisville, protesters take a knee on Breonna's birthday, June 5, 2020.


Louisville, Friday, September 25. Photo: AP

Press Conference, September 25 with the family of Breonna Taylor and Benjamin Crump, their attorney. Photo: AP

Atlanta, Georgia. Photo: AP

Chicago, Illinois. Photo: AP

Detroit. Photo: AP

Boston. Photo: AP

Athens, Georgia. Photo: AP

On the Anniversary of Breonna Taylor's Murder, Protests Across the Country



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