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Ending the War on Black Women

Building a World Where Breonna Taylor Could Live

Victory will not be achieved through prosecutions, but through transforming the conditions of violence

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Andrea J Ritchie

Andrea J Ritchie

Andrea Ritchie is a Black lesbian immigrant survivor, author of Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women & coauthor of the AAPF #SayHerName report

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