Logan Browning Asks Twitter Followers to Take Action for Breonna Taylor

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In a series of tweets posted Tuesday, Logan Browning called for her followers to contact the Kentucky State Attorney General and demand justice for the death of Breonna Taylor. 

The star of the Netflix series Dear White People is an advocate for justice both on and off the screen. Last year, she encouraged people to hit the polls, using her platform to provide voting information and digital resources. 

Now with racism and police brutality once again in the national spotlight, Browning is continuing her advocacy by encouraging Twitter followers to demand justice for Breonna Taylor. 

In March, police fatally shot Taylor during a no-knock police raid on her home in Louisville, Kentucky. Three months later, the police officers who shot her still have yet to be charged. 

In her first tweet on Tuesday, Browning provided the phone number for the office of Daniel Cameron, the Kentucky State Attorney General. She asked callers to demand justice for Breonna Taylor and advised them to leave a clear message. 

After hearing from followers that Cameron’s voicemail was full, Logan Browning tweeted “who has stamps?” and provided the mailing address for the Office of the Attorney General. 

Finally, she tweeted a link to an email form for the Office of the Attorney General. She told followers to “demand that Jon Mattingly, Myles Cosgrove, and Brett Hankison be fired and arrested.”

Logan Browning has made it clear that she stands with protesters around the world who condemn this unjust death. We hope Browning’s followers heed her call and take action for Breonna.