Breonna Taylor

ESPN announcer swears off police protection at football games over Breonna Taylor case

Veteran play-by-play man Mark Jones, who calls NBA and college football games for the network, said “I’d rather not have an officer shoot me” in an impassioned series of posts.
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Kaepernick reacts to Breonna Taylor case: Police 'must be abolished'

The former 49ers QB, who remains sidelined amid an apparent years-long blackballing by the NFL for initiating peaceful player protests, called for an end to policing on social media on Wednesday.
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Sports world responds after officers go uncharged in death of Breonna Taylor: 'Bullsh–, Disgraceful'

The news stoked passions from around the sports world, including at least two stars who played their college ball at the University of Louisville.
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City of Louisville Settles with Breonna Taylor's Family for $12M in Wrongful Death Suit

The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has settled a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old EMT killed by police six months ago.
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Oprah Gives Up 'O' Magazine Cover for First Time Ever to Breonna Taylor

For the first time in 20 years, Oprah Winfrey has decided to hand off the usual “O” magazine cover photo of herself with Breonna Taylor, the young woman who was fatally shot by police who stormed into her apartment on March 13.
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Kyrie Irving Producing TV Special to Bring Attention to Breonna Taylor Case

Nets star Kyrie Irving is producing a TV show that will debut this week and discuss the case of Breonna Taylor and calls for justice on the 26-year-old Black woman’s death.
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1 of 3 Louisville Police Officers in Breonna Taylor Case to Be Fired: Mayor

One of the three Louisville, Kentucky police officers involved in the March 13 shooting death of African-American woman Breonna Taylor – while she slept in her apartment – is being fired, mayor Greg Fischer announced Friday morning.
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