Breonna Taylor's family awarded $12 Million Settlement - 9/15/20

Breonna Taylor's family awarded $12 Million Settlement - 9/15/20

September 15th 2020: The city of Louisville, Kentucky agrees to pay $12 million to Tamika Palmer (the mother of Breonna Taylor) and family as settlement in compensation for the death of Breonna Taylor who was fatally shot by officers from the Louisville Metro Police Department. - File Photo by: zz/STRF/STAR MAX/IPx 2020 7/31/20 The "Get Your Knee Off Our Necks" march and demonstration protesting police brutality and racial inequality on July 31, 2020 in New York City. Demonstrators assembled in Times Square and then marched north on Fifth Avenue to Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan in support of the Black Lives Matter movement during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic amid an atmosphere of protests, demonstrations, riots, vandalism and destruction of property in response to the death of George Floyd who died while being arrested by police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25th. Cyclists blocked automobile traffic at intersections to allow protesters to march on city streets. There was a significant police presence and overall the protest was relatively peaceful. It appeared that a majority of the protesters wore face masks or protective face coverings. Here, members of George Floyd's family and Breonna Taylor's family. (NYC)

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