WATCH LIVE IN THE PLAYER ABOVE”Good Trouble Tuesday” is underway in Louisville.Tuesday is the end of Until Freedom’s “BreonnaCon,” a series of events centered around the call for justice in the death of Breonna Taylor.On the final day, the group will be marching on Louisville Metro Police Department’s training facility and possibly somewhere else. The march is expected to begin around 2 p.m.The group has said to expect bus loads of people to participate.They are preparing at St. Mark’s Church, starting the march at South Central Park, then off to the training facility on Taylor Boulevard. This is the second big “direct action” the group has taken in Louisville. The first was a large demonstration on Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s lawn in July.Nearly 90 protesters, many from out of town, sat in his front yard and were later arrested.While they were all charged with felonies, which were later dropped, police did say the protest wasn’t violent and they expect Tuesday’s march to remain peaceful.However, they did say Monday that blocking roadways won’t be tolerated.WLKY will stream the protest live in the player above and continue to update this story.

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“Good Trouble Tuesday” is underway in Louisville.

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Tuesday is the end of Until Freedom’s “BreonnaCon,” a series of events centered around the call for justice in the death of Breonna Taylor.

On the final day, the group will be marching on Louisville Metro Police Department’s training facility and possibly somewhere else. The march is expected to begin at 2 p.m.

The group has said to expect bus loads of people to participate.

They are preparing at St. Mark’s Church, then starting the march at South Central Park, then off to the training facility on Taylor Boulevard.

This is the second big “direct action” the group has taken in Louisville. The first was a large demonstration on Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s lawn in July.

Nearly 90 protesters, many from out of town, sat in his front yard and were later arrested.

While they were all charged with felonies, which were later dropped, police did say the protest wasn’t violent and they expect Tuesday’s march to remain peaceful.

However, they did say Monday that blocking roadways won’t be tolerated.

WLKY will stream the protest live in the player above and continue to update this story.

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