In a social media post on Sunday, September 13, the back of the singer’s shirt shows Taylor’s face and the words “say her name.” The singer also shared a photo in remembrance of Taylor, who was fatally shot by police in Louisville, Ky., In March.
« It’s been six months since #BreonnaTaylor, a frontline medical worker, was killed by police in a ‘no-hit’ raid on the BAD apartment, ”Carey posted, sharing a message from Instagram @wearepushblack. Medical workers like her save lives. every day – but police violence makes black people live almost at the same pace.
“His murder hurts particularly badly right now. Now, more than ever, we must stay connected and vigilant, ”the caption reads.
Carey then recommended following PushBlack “to learn more about her story and for daily doses of inspirational #BlackHistory stories to keep us going. ”
PushBlack is a black-run nonprofit organization dedicated to making black voices heard. The organization educates with stories about black history, fights for criminal justice reform, and conducts voting campaigns.
See Carey’s post and photos on Instagram.