breonna taylor
Despite a National Outcry, Activists in Louisville Fight the Breonna Taylor Decision Alone
The movement’s success at publicizing Taylor’s cause on the Internet has not shielded the beleaguered activists on the ground in Louisville from physical and legal risk.
By Emily WittSeptember 29, 2020
Cultural Comment
The Empty Facts of the Breonna Taylor Decision
There’s a lot that is just god-awful wrong here, but let’s consider what Kentucky’s attorney general didn’t say.
By ZZ PackerSeptember 27, 2020
Personal History
Breonna Taylor Can’t Tell Her Story of Police Abuse, but I’m Here to Tell Mine
I can’t remember exactly how many seconds passed before I saw the other police officer, crouched on the stairway, with an assault rifle pointed directly at my chest.
By Sanderia FayeJuly 22, 2020
News Desk
After George Floyd and Juneteenth
What’s ahead for the movement, the election, and the protesters?
By David RemnickJune 20, 2020
Q. & A.
A Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Explains Why This Time Is Different
The community organizer Opal Tometi discusses what it would mean to defund police departments, how the coronavirus pandemic has shaped the American response to the protests, and what’s next for the social-justice movement.
By Isaac ChotinerJune 3, 2020
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