Breonna Taylor Featured on Oprah Magazine’s First Cover Without Oprah

Breonna Taylor Featured on Oprah Magazine’s First Cover Without Oprah

Breonna Taylor Featured on Oprah Magazine’s First Cover Without Oprah

Winfrey chose to honor Breonna Taylor in a big way by putting her on the cover of O and dedicating the September issue to remembering her life, as a means to keep the world talking about her unjust killing.

"We just want to be soldiers for her and her family and just continue to keep [Breonna Taylor's] name out there", Paul said, via Malika Andrews and Marc J. Spears of ESPN. "I'm still waiting for her to come through the door".

The 26-year-old woman was fatally shot after police officers barged into her home on a no-knock warrant on March 13.

The magazine asks readers to use the hashtag #SayHerName as well as sign petitions to demand justice for Taylor in Kentucky and call on state and police officials to demand officers are fired and charged with Taylor's killing, and donate to the Louisville Community Bail Fund to help protesters.

There has been widespread activism drawing attention to the case, calling for charges to be brought against the three officers involved. "And then mayhem", Winfrey wrote. And your partner fired a gun to protect you. "They did all of this for nothing, and she lost her life".

The cover image is a rendering of the selfie Taylor took that has been shared widely by protesters and celebrities who have been calling for the arrest of the police responsible for her death.

It was a chance for the players to hear from and converse with Breonna Taylor's own mother, and according to Paul, this was also a way for him to remind the players about the need to carry on with the fight against systemic racism. And that is why Breonna Taylor is on the cover of O magazine. Breonna Taylor had dreams. "That was taken away from Breonna in such a horrifying manner", Winfrey writes. "And that is why Breonna Taylor is on the cover of @oprahmagazine".

"We have to use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice", Winfrey said in a note on the magazine's digital site.

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