Louisville mural remembers Breonna Taylor, others

Photo Courtesy : Courier Journal

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A mural of Breonna Taylor and other Black people killed at the hands of police has been unveiled in Louisville, Kentucky.

Family members of Taylor attended the unveiling of the mural Sunday in downtown Louisville, news outlets reported.

The “Say Their Names” mural features protest messages such as “I can’t breathe” and “Arrest the cops that killed Breonna Taylor.”

Taylor was fatally shot by police in her Louisville home on March 13 while they were serving a narcotics warrant. One of the three officers who shot into her home has been fired, along with the police chief.

Also featured on the mural is the face of David McAtee, a barbecue cook who was fatally shot by a National Guard member after McAtee fired his gun as law enforcement approached on a night of protests.

The mural also shows George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis in May.