Grandmaster Jay convicted in federal court, but how long could he serve in prison? Saturday, May 28 2022 

On Friday, a federal jury convicted John “Grand Master Jay” Johnson of assaulting, resisting or impeding officers during the social justice protests in 2020.

        

Jury finds ‘Grandmaster Jay’ guilty on both counts Tuesday, May 24 2022 

Johnson was arrested on December 3, 2020 at his Ohio home and charged with assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers or employees.

        

Activists cautiously hopeful after federal indictment of former LMPD officer connected to David McAtee’s death Thursday, Mar 17 2022 

Activists said this is a small step toward progress, but they said it’s hard to be optimistic knowing there's a chance that a conviction won't follow.

        

Group marches in downtown Louisville after former LMPD officer Brett Hankison found not guilty of wanton endangerment charges Friday, Mar 4 2022 

Brett Hankison's charges were related to shots fired into Breonna Taylor's neighbor's apartment the night of the March 13, 2020 raid on her apartment.

        

‘Reject the Verdict’ rally held in Louisville after Wisconsin jury acquits Kyle Rittenhouse Sunday, Nov 21 2021 

The rally was one of many held across the country the called the justice system "unfair."

        

School bus drivers in Bullitt County aren’t asking for everything – just fairness Wednesday, Sep 29 2021 

School bus drivers plan to keep voicing their concerns in hopes of change.

        

‘We still care’ | Louisville activists mark 1 year since protests started over police shooting of Breonna Taylor Friday, May 28 2021 

"I wouldn't be out here if I wasn't hopeful," Breonna Taylor's aunt Bianca Austin said. "I'm determined is what I am so we're going to get justice for Breonna."

        

How Breonna Taylor protests could impact Louisville’s mayoral race Wednesday, May 26 2021 

This Friday will mark one year since the beginning of a movement that fueled some Louisville activists to take their protest to politics.

        

Activists reflect on George Floyd’s lasting impact on Louisville Tuesday, May 25 2021 

Days after Floyd was killed by police in Minneapolis one year ago, protesters took to the streets of Louisville calling on justice for Breonna Taylor.

        

‘We need to do more listening than talking’: Churchill Downs, partners launch Derby Equity Initiative Friday, Apr 23 2021 

Churchill Downs, Kentucky Derby Festival and Humana have a new equity initiative to create programs and events that make everyone feel included.

        

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