ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The mother of Breonna Taylor and about 30 other family members helped dedicate a mural in Maryland that memorializes the Black woman who was killed when police in Louisville, Kentucky shot her while executing a “no-knock” warrant.

The Capital in Annapolis reports that the mural dedication Saturday occurred on a day which Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley officially proclaimed as “Breonna Taylor Day” in the city.

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The painted mural of Taylor covers two basketball courts in the city’s Chambers Park and has drawn national attention.

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Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, was in the District of Columbia Friday for the March on Washington and said she wanted to see the mural in person.

Taylor’s death in March has become a rallying point nationwide in calls for police reform and racial justice.

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