Marching for systemic change across the board for those in the Black community. It’s what dozens of local lawyers, many of them Black, did on Saturday afternoon.”What I know and what all the people out here know is that the time is now for criminal justice reform. It’s not just here in Louisville; this is a national issue,” said District 1 Councilwoman Jessica Green.They marched from Chestnut and 6th Street to the Jefferson Square Park, notably chanting the names of Breonna Taylor and…
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