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Joseph S. Flipper is an associate professor and the associate director of the Ethics and Social Justice Center at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ky. He is the author of Between Apocalypse and Eschaton: History and Eternity in Henri de Lubac.
A line of police officers faces a woman participating in a protest on May 29 in Louisville, Ky., of the killing of Breonna Taylor by police in March. (Michael Clevenger/Courier Journal via AP)
Politics & Society Short Take
Joseph S. FlipperJune 04, 2020
The police killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville was another example of how geographic and racial partitions deny human rights to certain American citizens, writes Joseph S. Flipper of Bellarmine University.