In Breonna Taylor's neighborhood, wounds of racism are raw

Louisville (United States) (AFP) – In Breonna Taylor’s neighborhood in Louisville, there was bitterness but little surprise at the news that no one would face charges over the young black woman’s killing by police: “They can kill us and get away with a spank on the wrist,” summed up 52-year-old Marcus Reede.Reede, an African American who owns a BBQ eatery, grew up in this residential Kentucky neighborhood. He slammed the leniency granted to the officers who shot and killed Taylor, a fellow resident of South Louisville.  He recalled having been roughed up by police himself when he was young. “T…

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