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Judge orders city to divert over radio audio files from Breonna Taylor fatal shooting

Judge orders city to divert over radio audio files from Breonna Taylor fatal shooting

Judge orders city to divert over radio audio files from Breonna Taylor fatal shooting

MetroSafe has until Aug. 7 to turn over the audio files.

MetroSafe, Louisville’s emergency communications system, has close to 7 days to turn over the recorded radio discussions from the evening of the deadly shooting of Breonna Taylor.

A judge determined on early Wednesday (July 29), as per WLKY. Lawyer Sam Aguiar documented to get the accounts discharged in the interest of Taylor’s family for their civil lawsuit against previous Louisville cop Brett Hankison.

Aguiar scrutinized Hankison’s whereabouts during the evening of the lethal shooting. The lawyer guarantees that the previous officer left the scene for very nearly two hours. Aguiar needs MetroSafe to divert over audio chronicles from all cosed strategic channels too.

It’s been more than four months since Taylor was lethally shot within her home. Hankison, Jon Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove were the officers associated with the shooting. None of them have been captured or accused of her death. Hankison is the main officer who was terminated for his contribution.

Her case has gotten national consideration as entertainers and professional athletes request that the officers be held responsible for her demise. Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James utilized his post-scrimmage question and answer session to carry attention to her case.

“First of all, I want to continue to shed light on justice for Breonna Taylor and to her family and everything that’s going on with that situation,” James said.

“We want the cops arrested who committed that crime. In the state of Kentucky — what’s going on down there — I know a lot of people are feeling the same,” he continued. “Us as the NBA and [as] players — me as one of the leaders of this league — I want her family to know and I want the state of Kentucky to know that we feel for her and we want justice. That’s what it’s all about. What’s right is right and what’s wrong is wrong.”

MetroSafe has until Aug. 7 to turn over the accounts.

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WNBA star Brittney Griner demands the WNBA to stop airing the national anthem

WNBA star Brittney Griner demands the WNBA to stop airing the national anthem

WNBA star Brittney Griner demands the WNBA to stop airing the national anthem

“If the league continues to want to play it, that’s fine. It will be all season long, I’ll not be out there,” she said.

WNBA star Brittney Griner is requiring the association to quit playing the national anthem before games and says that she won’t be on the floor on the off chance that it is played.

During a video chat on Monday (July 27), Griner made her position on the anthem known. “I honestly feel we should not play the national anthem during our season,” said the Phoenix Mercury center, according to the Arizona Central. “I think we should take that much of a stand.”

She included, “I don’t mean that in any disrespect to our country. My dad was in Vietnam and a law officer for 30 years. I wanted to be a cop before basketball. I do have pride for my country.”

On Saturday (July 25), none of the Mercury and Los Angeles Sparks players were on the court during the playing of the national anthem. The ladies were protesting for justice for Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Black lady who was lethally shot by Louisville cops.

“I’m going to protest regardless,” Griner continued. “I’m not going to be out there for the national anthem. If the league continues to want to play it, that’s fine. It will be all season long, I’ll not be out there. I feel like more are going to probably do the same thing. I can only speak for myself. At the Olympics, I understand, you’re playing for your country at that point.”

The WNBA is proceeding to remain in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter development. Players on the Seattle Storm and the New York Liberty groups held a 26-second moment of silence for Taylor on Saturday.

“We are dedicating this season to Breonna Taylor, an outstanding EMT who was murdered over 130 days ago in her home,” Liberty star Layshia Clarendon said before the game began. “Breonna Taylor was dedicated and committed to uplifting everyone around here.”

She included, “We are also dedicating this season to ‘Say Her Name’ campaign, a campaign committed to saying the names and fighting for justice of Black women – Black women are so often forgotten in this fight for justice, who don’t have people marching in the streets for them.”

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LeBron James vehemently demands capture of cops engaged with Breonna Taylor’s fatal demise

LeBron James vehemently demands capture of cops engaged with Breonna Taylor’s fatal demise

LeBron James vehemently demands capture of cops engaged with Breonna Taylor’s fatal demise

LeBron James vehemently demands capture of cops engaged with Breonna Taylor’s fatal demise 

“We want the cops arrested who committed that crime,” he said after an Orlando scrimmage on Thursday (July 23).

LeBron James utilized a post-scrimmage question and answer session to request justice for Breonna Taylor on Thursday night (July 23). The Los Angeles Lakers star has focused on Taylor’s case.

“First of all, I want to continue to shed light on justice for Breonna Taylor and to her family and everything that’s going on with that situation,” James said.

“We want the cops arrested who committed that crime. In the state of Kentucky — what’s going on down there — I know a lot of people are feeling the same,” he continued. “Us as the NBA and [as] players — me as one of the leaders of this league — I want her family to know and I want the state of Kentucky to know that we feel for her and we want justice. That’s what it’s all about. What’s right is right and what’s wrong is wrong.”

The All-Star MVP additionally called attention to that while visual proof has helped George Floyd’s case progress, Taylor’s battle for justice has been slower. Each of the four previous officers engaged with the May 25 demise of Floyd have been captured and accused of either second-degree murder or supporting and abetting second-degree murder. While on account of Taylor, who was lethally shot during a police strike back in March, just one officer has been discharged from the police office. 

“I mean, is that what we need to see? A video of Breonna being killed to realize how bad the situation is?” he asked.

James paid tribute to Taylor by adding her name on his signature basketball shoes. In front of the relaunched b-ball season, the NBA has permitted players to wear social justice statements in lieu of their last name on team jerseys. 

Likewise during Thursday night’s Orlando scrimmage, James supported that Black Lives Matter is a way of life, instead of a “movement.” 

“A lot of people kind of use this analogy, talking about Black Lives Matter as a movement. It’s not a movement,” he said. “When you’re Black, it’s not a movement. It’s a lifestyle. We sit here and say it’s a movement and, ok, how long is this movement going to last?”It’s a way of life. We stay here and state it’s a development and, alright, how long is this development going to last?” 

See a clasp from James’ public interview underneath. The 2020 NBA season is set to continue on July 30.

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LeBron James’ non-profit to offer lodging for low-income and disadvantaged families

LeBron James’ non-profit to offer lodging for low-income and disadvantaged families

LeBron James’ non-profit to offer lodging for low-income and disadvantaged families

James’, I PROMISE Village will house families who are battling with aggressive behavior at home, homelessness, and that is only the tip of the iceberg. 

The Lebron James Family Foundation saw pictures of a recently repaired building in Akron, Ohio that has been transformed into a lodging community for burdened families, reports News 5 Cleveland. 

The I PROMISE Village fills in as a “transitional housing network” for Akron families who are battling with aggressive behaviors at home, homelessness, or different barriers. The structure is found only a couple of miles from James’ I PROMISE School, which permits students to be sufficiently close to attend the institution. 

The high rise is furnished with a pantry, supply room, outdoor physical region, study room and nursery, where families will figure out how to collect their own produce. A few evenings per week, the Village will serve family dinners. 

There will likewise be an opportunity for the residents to find out about healthy lifestyle cooking, money related education, sewing and home repair skills. 

“Being able to offer this safe haven for our families is transformational in every sense of the word,” said Michele Campbell, Executive Director of the LeBron James Family Foundation. “This is about more than just getting kids to school. This is about keeping them alive. We are seeing families struggling every day with very real and oftentimes unexpected issues that turn their worlds upside down. This will allow the family time and opportunities to grow while not worrying if they’ll have a roof over their heads.”

Beside his magnanimous undertakings, James has been utilizing his foundation to carry attention to issues influencing the Black community. On Thursday (July 23), James utilized his time at a post-scrimmage question and answer session to request justice for Breonna Taylor, a Black lady who was lethally shot in her home by Louisville cops. 

“First of all, I want to continue to shed light on justice for Breonna Taylor and to her family and everything that’s going on with that situation,” the Los Angeles Lakers superstar said.

“We want the cops arrested who committed that crime. In the state of Kentucky — what is going on down there — I know a lot of people are feeling the same,” he continued. “Us as the NBA and [as] players — me as one of the leaders of this league — I want her family to know and I want the state of Kentucky to know that we feel for her and we want justice. That is what it’s all about. What’s right is right and what’s wrong is wrong.”

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The convergence of sports and social equity in 2020

The convergence of sports and social equity in 2020

The convergence of sports and social equity in 2020

The convergence of sports and social equity in 2020 

Professional competitors accumulate a great many fans because of their astonishing abilities, while since the beginning, we’ve seen sports rise as a viable outlet for activism and social equity mindfulness. 

The perspectives communicated in this article are those of the writer and don’t really mirror the official arrangement or position of some other office, association, business or organization. 

Disassembling the frameworks that maintain bigotry in America has been a battle Black individuals have taken on for quite a long time. 

With the ongoing killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor thus numerous others because of the law, there’s been intensified consideration on this development from media associations to significant organizations around the globe. We’ve seen overwhelming power-players in almost every field respond with gifts and financial contributions of solidarity, while some have selected to remain quiet. Professional athletes have amassed wide crowds because of their astounding gifts, and from the beginning of time, we’ve seen sports rise as a compelling outlet for activism and social equity mindfulness.

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