Oprah Winfrey has penned a powerful column demanding justice for Breonna Taylor and honoring her memory in the September edition of O, the Oprah Magazine, which features Taylor on the cover.More news: Man accused of blasphemy shot dead at court trial
As we seek justice for Breonna Taylor, Oprah Winfrey has just made way for the late emergency medical technician to make history, gracing the cover of O Magazine by herself for the first time in the magazine's history.
"Breonna Taylor loved cars and treated her 2019 Dodge Charger like a trusted friend", Oprah wrote.More news: Gianni Infantino: Legal proceedings launched against Fifa president
"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.
"And the pain in her very limited number of words spoken was clear, and then of course the players' response, letting her know that they would be there for her and were not going to let this thing just die on the vine". And they have to repeatedly remind those whom they encounter that a life ended but a movement began. Breonna Taylor appreciated every kind of music and the dances that went along. Recently, the 10-time All-Star organized a Zoom conference between close to 40 players and Tamika Taylor, the mother of Breonna Taylor. Breonna Taylor treated all her friends like besties. Breonna Taylor had dreams. Imagine if three unidentified men burst into your home while you were sleeping.More news: India refutes China claims that disengagement along LAC now completed
"We can't be silent", Winfrey wrote in a statement accompanying the reveal.