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Akilah Jul 3
Stop using for women who aren’t Black. The hashtag was created by a Black woman for Black women and no one else!!
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𝗞.🕊🌿 Jul 6
Grand Ave & Euclid | Oakland, Ca. Nia Wilson. You have not been forgotten babygirl.
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Kimberlé Crenshaw Jul 7
The more we know about 's killing, the more we know that it wasn't just some "bad apples" acting recklessly. It was the result of a toxic ecosystem that operates with Black precarity at its core. We haven't forgotten you, Breonna. .
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NPR Jul 7
Black women killed by police haven’t been highlighted in the same way as Black men, says Kimberlé Crenshaw, co-founder of . “If we can say their names we can know more about their stories."
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🌸NGUYENDEX🌙 Jul 10
YOU SCREAMED FOR GEORGE FLOYD SO GO HARD FOR KAYLI TOO SHARE HER STORY
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PHoxy Grandpa 🧢 Jul 3
was created specifically to center Black women and girls who were harmed by state sanctioned violence. Any co-opting or repurposing of that hashtag is erasing BW from a space THEY created for themselves. Period.
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COMMON Jul 8
: was killed OVER THREE MONTHS ago and the officers who murdered her still walk free. So we're hosting a special program tonight to continue our demand for justice and keep the pressure on. Join us live at 7 PM ET:
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sid the sloth Jul 5
summer taylor’s pronouns are they/them and second off is meant for BLACK WOMEN. you just gone and missed the whole entire mark wrong gender, wrong race 🥴
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Ellie G. Jul 8
Today would be a great day to arrest her murderers
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African American Policy Forum Jul 6
We haven't forgotten you. We won't stop fighting for you.
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™️ Jul 3
Heart breaking to know that people fight for and help their country only for it to fail them even in death.
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Bloomberg QuickTake Jul 8
"Erasure of Black women, that's very real for us." India Kager was killed by police in 2015. Her mother, , now advocates through the campaign to bring awareness to her story and those of many other Black women and girls who have been killed by police
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COMMON Jul 10
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LIANA MUNGUIA 🧡 Jul 9
JUSTICE FOR BREONNA TAYLOR ! 🗣 JUSTICE FOR BREONNA TAYLOR ! 🗣 JUSTICE FOR BREONNA TAYLOR ! 🗣 JUSTICE FOR BREONNA TAYLOR ! 🗣 I DON’T SEE ANYTHING BEING DONE! HER NAME IS NO LONGER TRENDING!
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Jaylyn Agnew Jul 10
We’ve read the letter. We reject the letter. We the players, have the power.
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Monique Billings Jul 10
We said what we said.
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Taylor Swift News Jul 4
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L. Boogie. Jul 3
I really wish y’all would stop saying Say His Name and Say Their Names. Its . This campaigned was coined for a specific purpose. As an intern for the woman behind the hashtag, it’s upsetting me and my homegirls.
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Ben Crump Jul 8
Lawsuit: Police raided Breonna Taylor's home without cause - Los Angeles Times
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Bianca Jul 4
Won’t stop until justice is served.
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