Lionel Messi takes fresh aim at Barcelona for throwing out Luis Surez

Lionel Messi takes fresh aim at Barcelona for throwing out Luis Surez

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For more than 100 days, Black women have mourned the tragic murder of Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman killed in her home by the Louisville metro police department. To rally the nation around Breonna, Black women occupied space, shouted, and protested. Black women have marched and cooked food to provide sustenance for others. Black women created art, wrote poems, and sing songs that spoke of freedom. Black women have become the face of the Say Her Name movement, fueled by our children's blood. Black women have stood in solidarity waiting for justice that was far too long delayed and on Wednesday denied as we learned that no one would be held accountable for the murder of Breonna Taylor. As I sat in Injustice Square Park after hearing the announcement that inherently I knew would be coming, I wondered: When? If not today, when will this world ever provide justice for Black women? In 1965, Louisville city attorney Alberta Jones was murdered. Her case was never solved, and Jones never received justice. Now, 55 years later, we are still fighting to receive justice for Black women. How do I explain to people how it feels like a Black woman to know that someone will be held accountable for shooting through a wall before being held responsible for killing a Black woman? How do I explain to my daughter that a neighbours apartment wall was more valuable than the life of Breonna Taylor? After the announcement, many people asked me: What do we do now? I was stunned by this question. This world has the audacity to ask Black women what do we do now? What haven't Black women done? Black women have always stood on the front lines and the sidelines. We have worked tirelessly for little to no pay. We have nursed your children when we couldn't even nurse our own. We toiled in your fields from sun-up to sundown. We were the conductor on the railroad to freedom. We endured the bites of dogs and hits from billy clubs. We have shouted,

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