Oprah Winfrey Pays Tribute to Breonna Taylor With Historic Magazine Cover

"Plans for a future filled with responsibility and work and friends and laughter". The piece sheds light on Palmer's grief, on how she discovered her daughter had been shot after receiving a call from Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, but did not know who had shot her until hearing it on the news. She encouraged fans and readers to put themselves in the EMT's position and imagine the chaos of police officers entering their homes without notice.

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. Instead, the publication's namesake has given that honor for the September issue to Breonna Taylor. The image was re-created using a widely circulated social media photo of Taylor shared after her death.

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Winfrey's column also noted that only one of the three cops, Hankison, has been fired from the police force in the wake of Taylor's killing. Breonna Taylor was saving to buy a house.

"As our nation confronts the abhorrent reality of police brutality against Black Americans, one thing is incumbent upon us all: to bear witness", Winfrey wrote as part of the magazine's story about the cover.

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Oprah Winfrey's "cry for justice" for Breonna Taylor has taken the form of a historic magazine cover. Breonna Taylor had plans. This officer blindly fired ten rounds from his gun, some of which went into the adjoining apartment.

"We can't be silent", Winfrey wrote in a statement accompanying the reveal. "We have to use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice", Winfrey added.

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The issue also features a silhouette of Taylor by artist Janelle Washington, which includes 89 names from the African American Policy Forum's #SayHerName campaign, along with ways supporters can participate in the movement for anti-racism, according to Page Six.

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