Protesters Rally In Baltimore One Day After Grand Jury Declines To Charge Officers In Breonna Taylor's DeathProtesters took to the streets of Baltimore Thursday night, one day after a Kentucky grand jury declined to bring charges against three police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor.
Lamar Jackson's Reaction To Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Decision: 'It's Crazy, We Don't Get Justice For Serious Things On Our Side'The Ravens quarterback spoke out about the grand jury's decision not to directly charge officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor.
Artists Who Worked On Breonna Taylor Mural In Annapolis 'Hurt' By Decision Not To Charge Officers In Her DeathThe Breonna Taylor case has galvanized people across the nation who are calling for equal protection for all.
Lamar Jackson Says He's Happy Ravens Coaches, Owner 'On Our Side' On Issues Of Racial InjusticeBaltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson Thursday shared his thoughts on the team's statement in the wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, by a police officer in Wisconsin last month.
Breonna Taylor's Family Helps Dedicate Mural In AnnapolisThe 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.
Baltimore Artist Amy Sherald's Portrait Of Breonna Taylor To Appear On Cover Of Vanity FairA popular Baltimore artist known for her portrait of former First Lady Michelle Obama is back with another portrait, and this one is on the cover of Vanity Fair.
Group Finishes Painting Of Breonna Taylor Mural In AnnapolisAfter two days of painting, the mural of Breonna Taylor and Black Lives Matter is finally finished.
7K Square Foot Breonna Taylor Mural Being Painted In AnnapolisA team of artists and volunteers spent the weekend painting a mural of Breonna Taylor and Black Lives Matter across two basketball courts in Annapolis.
Breonna Taylor Mural Will Be Painted In Historically Black Neighborhood In AnnapolisA mural of a Black woman who was killed by police in Louisville, Kentucky, will be painted in a historically Black neighborhood in Annapolis, Maryland.