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Poetry short film advocates for justice on behalf of Breonna Taylor

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By Shayler Richmond
Black, 28-year-old, Queer-artist W.J. Lofton wrote and creative directed, “We Ask for Fire” a poetry short film that eloquently provides context for America’s racial unrest by articulating the truth -- Breonna Taylor was murdered by police.

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A cultural strategist dedicated to true and authentic storytelling; he explores personal and interpersonal connections — focused on marginalized identities to advance social and economic equity and build strong communities.
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