Power, Propaganda And What Justice Might Look Like For Breonna Taylor (audio)Historians in the News
tags: Police, Black lives matter, Breonna Taylor
A Kentucky state police report contradicts the Kentucky Attorney General, and police bodycam footage shows officers potentially violating investigation procedures. New details are raising more questions about power, propaganda and what justice might look like for Breonna Taylor.
Errin Haines, editor-at-large for The 19th, a nonprofit news organization reporting at the intersection of gender, politics and policy. She interviewed Breonna Taylor’s mother and sister in May. (@emarvelous)
Keisha Blain, associate professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh. President of the African American Intellectual History Society. Author of "To Turn the Whole World Over" and "Set the World on Fire." (@keishablain)
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