Mobile billboard honoring Breonna Taylor unveiled outside LMPD Headquarters
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A group has set up a mobile billboard in honor of Breonna Taylor near the Louisville Metro Police Department Headquarters in downtown Louisville.
It was paid for by SisterSong and Black Lives Matter Louisville.
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The billboard has a photo of Taylor, one of her social media posts from Twitter, and the words “Breonna Deserved Reproductive Justice.”
The tweet says: “My daughter hasn’t even been conceived but she has a name already... that’s how ready I am.”
SisterSong said police brutality not only takes Black lives, but also the futures of Black communities and families, including the one Taylor dreamed of having.
“This is a reproductive injustice,” Chanelle Helm, an organizer with Black Lives Matter Louisville, said. “This woman looked forward to creating a family.”
The truck with the mobile billboard will drive around downtown Louisville this week passing by the offices of Mayor Greg Fischer, Commonwealth Attorney Tom Wine, and LMPD Chief Erika Shields.
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