The cops involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor in a no-knock warrant by Louisville, Kentucky officers stir a discussion on Black women and state-sanctioned violence.
This week in Lisa Durden’s podcast, Stop Brutalizing Black Bodies, she tackles the lives of Black women through the case of Breonna Taylor. In the midst of a global health crisis, Taylor was shot and killed in a botched no-knock warrant in the early morning of March 13, 2020. This week’s panel explores the possible Taylor cover up, the gender-racial dynamics and how to we forward Black Lives Matter movement to really include women.
This Week’s #DopeAFContributors
- Dr. De Lacy Davis. Retired police sergeant and Founder of Black Cops Against Police Brutality (B-CAP)
- Jewel Cadet. Founder of Ratchet Revolutionary, and a social justice organizer for the rights of Women, Girls, Femmes, Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming. Host of Jewels Gems IG Live Talks Show.
- Rosalyn Charles, Esq. Former municipal judge/trial attorney and founder of Law Firm Of RC. Charles ESQuire
- Duane Harley, Esq. Entertainment attorney and president of D. Harley Law PC
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