Louisville Police Take Down Inmate Lookup Site Amid Mass Arrest of Protesters

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An estimated 127 people have been arrested since protesters took to the streets of Louisville, Kentucky, on Wednesday after a grand jury chose not to charge three officers for Breonna Taylor’s death. With hundreds more expected to be detained in the coming weeks, the Information Systems Team at the Louisville Metro… Read more.

Kentucky Derby protesters continued to demand justice for Breonna Taylor

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Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman, was fatally shot by Louisville police officers in March when they entered her apartment with a no-knock warrant. The famous horse race takes place each year in Louisville, where Taylor moved when she was a teenager.

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Breonna Taylor's death shouldn't be an insensitive Twitter meme

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Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman, was sleeping on March 13 when white police officers forcibly entered her Louisville, Kentucky home without warning in what's known as a "no-knock warrant." The "no-knock" warrant the judge issued, which allowed the police to enter without a warning or identifying themselves as law enforcement, has since been banned in Louisville. Twitter users are calling each other out for turning a call for justice for Breonna Taylor into a meme.

'That could have been me': ESPN reporter gives emotional speech about Breonna Taylor's killing

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On March 13, Louisville police broke down 26-year-old Breonna Taylor's door and killed her, shooting the unarmed medical worker at least eight times in her home.

Megan Thee Stallion delivers a vital message about Black women on 'SNL'

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Then, the voice of Women's March co-founder Tamika Mallory rang out as she called out Daniel Cameron , the Kentucky Attorney General who failed to charge the Louisville police officers responsible for the death of Breonna Taylor with murder.

Watch this one video to see just how broken voting in America has become

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Its largest city, Louisville, with a population over 600,000 , had just one polling place Tuesday. Voting rights activists worried this would happen. They feared that people would be blocked from voting in Kentucky as the state reduced polling locations due to the coronavirus. By 6 p.m. closing, people were running into the Kentucky Exposition Center to make the cutoff. Dozens, many of whom complained of parking congestion on their way in, were locked outside. So they banged on the doors.

Microsoft Now Hosts Free HoloLens Demos Across US & Canada

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Louisville, Oxmoor Center. Haven’t been able to make it to any of the big gaming expos (or you don’t know anyone with the $3,000 AR headset)? Microsoft Stores across the US and Canada are now hosting free HoloLens demos, so you can finally see what the hubbub is all about.

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How UPS Spoiled my Oculus Rift VR Weekend

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Wednesday, May 18 - Friday, May 20 Anxiously check the UPS tracking and watch it travel from Louisville, KY to Kansas City, KS, to Vernon, CA and finally arriving in Aliso Viejo, CA on Friday evening May 20. Good friends of mine are VR fans; many pre-ordered their headsets back in January. Even with the Oculus delays, many are now receiving their headsets or are estimated to receive them shortly. One such story goes like this.

The mixed messages of Microsoft’s Hololens2: very few corporate use cases and lots of limitations

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Just last summer I visited the factories of Boeing, Tesla, Ford, and Louisville Slugger. [link]. I’m a bit bothered by the overselling of mixed reality, or spatial computing, at least short term (long term my kids’ lives will be dramatically improved by them, we all can see that, but that might not happen for quite a few years). Notice that Microsoft says its Hololens2 is for enterprise uses only, yet to demonstrate it they had a piano on stage.