If Police Training Can’t Protect Disabled Black Women, What Will?
Picture of protest of Breonna Taylor's death

“We are all too aware of the frequent news stories about the mentally ill who come up against law enforcement, instead of mental health professionals, and end up dead,” wrote Deborah Danner, who was schizophrenic, in a personal essay on January 28, 2012. Four years later, on October 18, 2016, New York Police sergeant Hugh Barry fatally shot her two times in the torso.  More here in Women’s Enews.

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