Oprah Winfrey is stepping aside for a greater cause.

The mogul has appeared on the cover of every issue of The Oprah Magazine for more than 20 years.

However, she’s using the September edition of the lifestyle publication to spotlight the need for justice for Breonna Taylor – the unarmed Black woman who lost her life at the hands of police.

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Like millions across the globe, Porsha Williams wants justice for Breonna Taylor – and is willing to risk her freedom for it.

The ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ star was part of the masses at the rally in Louisville, Kentucky.

As at writing, it’s not clear what transpired. But footage has emerged of he 39-year-old being handcuffed and escorted away by cops.

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Nearly four months have passed since Louisville, KY healthcare worker Breonna Taylor was killed by police in a raid-gone-wrong, but – as of time reported – the officers who committed the crime have not been brought to justice.

Despite pressures from celebrities likes Beyoncé, Cardi B, Alicia Keys, Queen Latifah, Kerry Washington, and more using their collective platforms to urge action on the case (as we reported here), law officials in the area have not announced any plan to arrest or charge the culprits.

To keep up the momentum of the calls for justice, basketball superstar Kyrie Irving has teamed with rapper/activist Common for the TV special, ‘#SAYHERNAME: BREONNA TAYLOR.’ 

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Being a savage isn’t the only thing Beyoncé got from Tina, her multi-talented mother.

The 66-year-old businesswoman – who also lists “philanthropist” and “social activist” among her many titles – is seeing the two arenas combine in her efforts to raise awareness about voter suppression (in light of the forthcoming U.S. presidential election), the global health crisis’ disproportionate impact on communities of color, and police brutality.

The latter cause is of particular interest as Knowles-Lawson has teamed with the mothers of Breonna Taylor and Trayvon Martin to fight for changes in how police are trained to interact with communities of color.

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Louisville Metro policeman Brett Hankison, one of three officers involved in the shooting death of healthcare worker Breonna Taylor, is set to be terminated from the force.

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Alicia Keys has been in activism overdrive and we love to see it.

While hot on the promo trail in support of her recently released memoir, ‘More Myself,’ the diva watched her two singles – ‘Underdog’ and ‘Good Job’ – unexpectedly become anthems for healthcare and frontline workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Now, she’s setting her sights on erasing racial inequality and seeking justice on behalf of slain Louisville, KY healthcare worker Breonna Taylor.

Taking to Trevor Noah‘s ‘Daily Show’ Monday (June 15), the 15-time GRAMMY winner discussed Taylor as well as her forthcoming #VERZUZ battle against fellow GRAMMY winner John Legend.

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Beyonce is demanding justice for Breonna Taylor

Three months have passed since the unarmed Black woman was shot dead in her Kentucky home by police officers – who shot into her apartment over twenty times. 

A cloud conundrum hangs over what happened and why. 

As such, the singer has penned an impassioned letter to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron calling for answers. 

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After years of criticism – most of which has heightened over the past few months in the wake of the death of Breonna Taylor – Louisville, Kentucky’s controversial “no-knock warrants” have been banned.

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As interest in the suspicious death of Ms. Lavena Johnson increases, Solange has called for those involved in the death of another African-American woman to be arrested.

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Alicia Keys, Cardi B, Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáe, and Queen Latifah are among the the celebrities using their platforms to shed light on the killing of Louisville, Kentucky healthcare worker Breonna Taylor.

Taylor was killed in March by Louisville Metro Police Department officers who used a no-knock warrant to enter her apartment unannounced, then fired approximately 20 shots (eight of which hit her and ultimately ended her life) to later discover they’d entered the wrong home (click here to read more).

Now, as protests continue in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a number of female celebrities are using their voices to ensure justice is also served for Breonna as – at writing – her killers have not been arrested.

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Teyana Taylor has used the music videos of her third official era, ‘The Album,’ to not only demonstrate her prowess as a director but also make some conversation-worthy statements.

Most recently dropping jaws with her sociopolitical clip for song ‘Still’ (which featured her dressed as different victims of police brutality like Breonna Taylor and George Floyd), the R&B sexpot’s now dropping draws in the new music video for the steamy ‘1800-One-Night.’

The self-directed affair sees Taylor providing late night service as a sex operator and seducing her customers to a private room of their call center.

A revamped throwback to the infomercials of yesteryear, look inside to see the action:

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Taylor Swift is the latest name to use her purse and platform to propagate the importance of racial equality.

The narratives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others have shaken up the masses to the realities facing the Black community.

And Swift is speaking up and out about the need to support.

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