Protests in Washington D.C. were one of the biggest in the country following the release of the police and the confirmation of their innocence in the Breonna Taylor case.
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Hundreds in Portland marched on the anniversary of the murder of Breonna Taylor, an African-American woman murdered by police in her sleep who used a no-knock warrant to break into and open fire into her house. The crowd numbered around 400, the largest seen in weeks, with street art seen across the Pacific Northwestern city.
Day 136 of Protests in Louisville
A special march was planned for Day 136 of the Louisville Protests on the 10th of October, marching through the center of Louisville to commemorate the murder of Breonna Taylor and its consequences across the world. Many took the chance to condemn the information found showing that the grand jury was not presented with murder charges upon which to indict the officers involved in her murder.
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