Kentucky writers and artists remember Breonna Taylor in virtual vigil
LEXINGTON, KY (WTVQ) – On Saturday night, writers across the state hosted a virtual vigil for Breonna Taylor to help promote racial and social justice.
Carnegie Center’s Kentucky Black Writers collaboration hosted about 12 writers from across Kentucky on a zoom call.
They each shared written pieces to honor Taylor.
Some recited poems and others remembering her through song.
“But we too can shout..Call it a clap back or katabasis a brick throw as blow back this revolutionary throwback where Breonna Taylor is too a founding father,” recited Ronald Davis, a writer
The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning says it empowers people to explore and express their voices through imaginative learning and literary arts.