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Black Women Won’t Stop Seeking Justice for Breonna Taylor

We’re not done yet. Let’s regroup.

Demonstrators protesting the lack of criminal charges in the killing of Breonna Taylor by the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department march along Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, CA on September 24, 2020. Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN/Getty Images

Black women are still reeling after a Kentucky grand jury refused to do right by Breonna Taylor. We are experiencing the full stages of grief and anger, accented by our innate ability of knowingness. No police officers were charged with her killing, and we are left to grapple with the idea that once again, no…

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Deborah D. Douglas

Deborah D. Douglas

Phenomenal woman. That’s me. Author: U.S. Civil Rights Trail Guide: A Traveler’s Guide to the People, Places and Events That Made the Movement (Moon, 2021)

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