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In March, Breonna Taylor, an EMT in Kentucky, was killed by police officers.
There is a perception that Black women that have been shielded from police violence, but that is not true.
Black women have also been key voices in the struggle to end police brutality, from Fannie Lou Hamer to “Mothers of the Movement.”
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Just after midnight on March 13, 2020, Breonna Taylor, an EMT in Louisville, Kentucky, was shot and killed by police officers who raided her home.
The officers had entered her home without warning as part of a drug raid. The suspect they were seeking was not a resident of the home – and no drugs were ever found.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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