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Today’s Action: We STILL need to fight for Breonna Taylor

More than six months passed between the murder of Breonna Taylor by three Louisville cops and the pathetic non-justice orchestrated by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. The grand jury has not indicted any of the officers with murder – and only one was indicted with reckless endangerment charges, which only applies to the danger he put Breonna’s neighbors (and the property owner’s wall) in, not Breonna herself.

This is a complete disgrace of justice for Breonna Taylor, and all Black Americans who face the ever-present danger of violence and death by law enforcement.

We aren’t finished fighting. Black Lives Matter

Take action today for Breonna Taylor and Black lives everywhere. Refuse to stop fighting. And thank you to BLM Louisville for some of the following actions.

    1. Tell the Louisville Metro Police Department to immediately fire and revoke the pensions of the officers that murdered Breonna.
    2. Call for the immediate resignation or impeachment of Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher.
    3. Donate to the Louisville Community Bail Fund, to support protesters arrested while fighting for systemic change in Louisville.
    4. Contact your own local city council member and mayor (or other appropriate elected leadership), and demand they redirect law enforcement funding into programs that address the basic needs of Black communities in your area, such as emergency housing, healthcare, drug counseling, and food access.

Continue to say Breonna Taylor’s name in your fight for justice for Black lives.

PS — Please don’t forget to sign the petition demanding the resignation of Kentucky’s AG after he denied justice for Breonna Taylor, and check out the brilliant “Don’t Think of an Elephant” by George Lakoff — a quick read that contains the ultimate keys for Democrats to win elections — and arguments.


Required Reading for the Resistance. Actions that make a difference.