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The Data That Shows We Still Don't 'Say Her Name'

Black women are killed by police at a disproportionately high rate. But even the best-known cases are unknown to the public and overlooked by media.
Posted at 6:01 PM, Sep 28, 2020

Breonna Taylor is the only Black woman killed by police whose case is familiar to most Americans. And a Newsy analysis shows even the highest-profile women's cases receive only a small fraction of the coverage generated by police killings of men. 

The #SayHerName campaign aims to raise awareness of the connection between race and police violence and make sure the stories of Black women are being told.