Alicia Keys, Cardi B and More Demand Justice for Breonna Taylor in PSA

Alicia Keys, Bryo Taylor, Cardi B

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Seeking justice for celebrities Bryo taylor.

Joining forces with taylor’s mother Tamika PalmerIncluding stars Alicia Keys, Cardi B The 26-year-old EMT worker, who was killed by Louisville police in March, came together to urge fans to help get justice for Taylor.

Tracy Ellis Ross, Ellen Degeneres, Kerry washington, Tamika D. Mallory, Brown brown, Ali Wong, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lena Waithe And Gabriel Union There are a few stars who raised their voices, each sharing a video called “Do You Know What Happened to Bryo Taylor” on their social media. In it, Palmer detailed his daughter’s death and told the audience how they could get involved.

Parker said in the video, “Three officers from the Louisville Police Department used battery rams to knock down their doors. They fired 22 times.” “Eight of those bullets landed in the body of the most essential worker I would ever know. Brie was murdered by the Louisville Metro Police Department and after killing him he asked me if he had any enemies. I said, ‘ No no.'”

“Their stories began to unfold differently and people began to know the truth of what was happening and the things that happened that night. Now the whole city is crazy. Now the whole world is crazy,” Parker continued. “Briana shouldn’t be dead. For a few days I feel like I can’t breathe without her. It should never happen to another family. I’m the mother of Brio Taylor. Say her name.”

Seeking justice, Mallory encouraged the audience to call and fire Louisville representatives and accuse the officers involved, as well as continue their investigation into Taylor’s death. Mallory said, “Bryon Taylor’s family has said that they are not just fighting for him, but they are fighting to make sure that what happened to Bryon never happens again.”

Before concluding the video, Keys and his fellow stars asked, “Do you know what happened to Bryo Taylor?”

Taking to social media, the “Girl on Fire” singer wrote, “Officer John mattingly, Brett Hankinson And Miles Cosgrove Those who participated in his murder are now required to be charged and arrested !!

She said, “Listen to the facts from her beautiful mom …. Can you imagine ?? Donations, protests, petitions and demands #JusticeforBreonnaTaylor. For a direct link to things I can do to help me Go to my story. #SerHerName. “

For his part, Cardi encouraged his followers to demand justice. “Let me tell you something. That’s why we keep fighting. Bryon Taylor was a year younger than me,” she wrote. “He tried to sweep the case under the rug, especially since the country was on lockdown due to coronovirus. Get any other consulting fees with SHIT-T that way!”

In a statement on May 31, the network said, “E in America experiences solidarity with the black community against systemic racism and oppression every day.” And accountability. Being silent is complicated. #BlackLivesMatter. “

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