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Black British Women Have Our Own Needs To Be Addressed Right Now. Here's Why

1 month ago   |   By Huffington Post

Just two months before the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police sparked a whirlwind of public outrage, the death of Breonna Taylor, a Black emergency medical technician, quietly made the rounds on Kentucky state news. Police stormed the sleeping 26-year-old's home, just after midnight, and fired at least eight rounds into her body. Despite the insidious nature of her death, Breonna's name later faded out of public discussion after a few days. Her spirit went on to join those of the 1,251 other Black Americans who had met their ends at the hands of police in the last...
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