NBA Brings Social Justice Fight to the Finals

NBA’s approach to law enforcement reform will be on full display as the Finals start on Wednesday
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The NBA’s approach to law enforcement reform will be on full display as the Finals start on Wednesday, September 30, at 5:30 p.m. between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat.
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Jerseys printed with “Black Lives Matter” and “Freedom” have taken the National Basketball Association by storm since July 30, as some of the biggest names in the sport have used their national platform to denounce police brutality.

Slogans such as “Say Her Name,” which honors Breonna Taylor, a Black woman shot and killed by Louisville police on March 13, and “How Many More?”, which addresses the numerous lives lost to police brutality, are bringing courtside awareness to social justice issues and Black Lives Matter protests in the aftermath of the May killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

The NBA’s approach to law enforcement reform will be on full display as the Finals start on Wednesday, September 30, at 5:30 p.m. between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat.

The game starts at 9:00 p.m.

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