Breonna Taylor

The business mogul, who dedicated O magazine's September issue to the EMT killed by police in March, is asking for the officers involved to be arrested and charged.
It's been more than four months since the 26-year-old Black woman and EMT was killed by white police as she slept in her own home.
"I cry for justice in her name,” Oprah Winfrey wrote, dedicating the September cover of O magazine to Breonna Taylor.
It’s been 50 days since demonstrations against racist police violence began after the death of George Floyd.
Teams will wear special uniforms honoring Sandra Bland, Breonna Taylor, Vanessa Guillen and others in the season that begins this month.
Turning Breonna Taylor into a meme risks turning the conversation around what justice looks like for her into a temporary fad.
Taylor, a 26-year-old Black EMT, was shot eight times by plainclothes officers serving a narcotics search warrant at her apartment in March.
“Cop shows glorify police.” The widely popular TV crime genre that uses policing as entertainment has been taking a toll on Black and brown communities.
The "Riverdale" star shared a photo of herself seemingly nude on Instagram in a poor attempt to drive people's attention to the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
Video posted on social media appeared to show a man opening fire into a Kentucky park as people scrambled for cover.