How You Can Help Protect Black Women Like Breonna Taylor Against Police Violence
'Protect Breonna, protect myself': Breonna Taylor's boyfriend recounts night she was killed
Failures of grand jury process evident in Breonna Taylor case. Juries originally intended to protect the public from overzealous prosecutors now work in prosecutors favor, especially when it comes to police use-of-force cases.
Judge delays release of Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings to protect witnesses, lawyers say
SAY HER NAME: BREONNA TAYLOR. Our current justice & policing system has failed. It has failed to keep us safe, even in our own homes. It has failed to protect Black people or stem the tide of racist police violence. And today, it has failed to deliver justice for #BreonnaTaylor .
Kentucky AG Cameron: “According to Kentucky law, the use of force by Mattingly and Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges in Ms. Breonna Taylor’s death.”
"I think basketball is secondary. ... It's our job, obviously...but it's also our job to protect our neighborhoods and protect the people that look like us." CJ says a group of players had a Zoom call with Breonna Taylor's mother a few days ago