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Justice For Breonna Billboards Bought By Oprah In Kentucky

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Oprah Winfrey is using her star power in trying to get justice for Breonna Taylor. She was  featured on the cover of O, The Oprah Magazine, to generate awareness and now Oprah Winfrey has bought billboards in Louisville, Kentucky.

The billboards  have the message of demanding the the police involved in the killing of Taylor to be arrested and charged. For those who want justice, a website link is also advertised for Until Freedom. The site is a social justice organization that fights against systemic and racial injustice. They have been integral in leading protests demanding justice for Taylor.

Taylor,  was a  26-year-old emergency room technician that saw the end of her life at the hands of police. She was killed  during  a “no knock warrant” in her Louisville home on March 13.

Oprah Winfrey has received some backlash by media and her following for comments concerning racism. The billionaire spoke about “white privilege” and “white advantage” during her “Conversations with Oprah” talk show on Apple TV.

On July 14, dozens of protesters staged a march to Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron’s home in Louisville. Cameron’s team is leading the Taylor investigation. Until Freedom was one of the groups behind the protests that saw 87 people arrested, including reality star Porsha Williams and NFL player Kenny Stills. The arrested are featured on Until Freedom’s website as the “Louisville 87.”

 

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