A memorial for Breonna Taylor will be moved from a downtown park into a nearby museum in Louisville, Kentucky
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A memorial for Breonna Taylor will be moved from a downtown park into a nearby museum in Louisville, Kentucky.
The outdoor memorial honoring Taylor with a mural, posters, artwork and other mementos is currently at Jefferson Square Park, the base for months of protests. The material needs a protected space with winter coming, said Shameka Parrish-Wright, co-chair of the Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression. She said the Roots 101 African American Museum is an appropriate place.
Museum founder Lamont Collins said the memorial space will be upstairs in a room overlooking the Ohio River, honoring victims of police brutality and people who died protesting.
“When we buried our ancestors, those who went before us — traditionally, we always buried them near water,” Collins said…
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