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Why The Injustice Of Breonna Taylor’s Murder Is So Triggering

We hear the tragic series of events over and over again, and at some point, the familiarity of victims, circumstances, and infuriating outcome becomes the blueprint for cautious expectations.

What happened to Breonna Taylor, the young Black woman, with the joyous disposition, and starry eyes filled with hopes and dreams of one day becoming a nurse was a…

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