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Breonna Taylor case: ‘To be a black woman right now, it’s painful’

The case of Breonna Taylor has had a big impact on many black women across the US.

One of them is activist and businesswoman Yandy Smith-Harris, who has been active in protests over the death.

This week, it was announced that the police officers would not face charges directly related to Ms Taylor’s killing.

Ms Smith-Harris tells the BBC what it’s like being a black woman in the US right now, and what she is telling her young children about what’s happening.

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