Driving by Vibe Street Studios on 16th Avenue South at 12th Street on Birmingham’s Southside, it is easy to see the mural of Breonna Taylor, one of the many African Americans who have been slain at the hands of police.
“The sad thing was there’s not enough hands,” said Diva Reese, the artist behind the drawing.
The boarded-up Vibe Street Studios gave Reese a chance to use her voice.
Reese felt that Taylor’s death at the hands of police had been overshadowed by the killings of George Floyd and others.
“I want the officers who killed Breonna Taylor to be arrested and charged,” Reese said.