Oprah set up billboards in Louisville, Kentucky, that advocate justice for Breonna Taylor

ABC News' Janai Norman reports on the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News
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Transcript for Oprah set up billboards in Louisville, Kentucky, that advocate justice for Breonna Taylor
But we've had to postpone it. First "Pop news" and janai who has been doing "Pop news" from home for a couple months. She's actually in the studio. We tried to consciously uncouple. No, just Dan. Speak for yourself, Dan. Guys, I'm so excited to be back. It's a long distance hug. I know, a little bit of human contact here. We begin with Oprah continuing the fight for justice for breonna Taylor after putting breonna on the cover of September's issue of "O magazine" the first time in the magazine's history Oprah did not appear on the cover. She's taking it a step further. Plastering the same image on billboards in Louisville. The city where breonna was killed. The billboards direct readers to the united freedom organization with demands the officers involved be arrested and charged along with a quote from Winfrey saying, if you turn a blind eye to racism you become an accomplice to it. There will be 26 billboards in all, one for every year of breonna's life. An incredible way for Oprah to use her platform. 2020 has been a whirlwind to say the least. Each month presenting its own set of new challenges. Reese Witherspoon is summing up this year so far with a very fitting meme. You could call it kind of a mood calendar. Reese sharing this all too relatable struggle of this year with the help of some of her iconic movie characters, calling it the 2020 challenge. January you see there kicks off so hopeful with "Legally blonde's" elle woods before March takes a turn. By June it's a nonstop struggle represented by her weary hiker from "Wild." Others did it like Mindy kaling and Kerry Washington made their own mood calendars. They start out so cute, naive even, but eventually end in chaos. Here's hoping the rest of the year is pleasant. One YouTube channel has blurred the lines between video games and real life recreating moments from grand theft auto on the streets of Tokyo, nailing every detail from the game graphics down to the stilted character run. The video has over 17 million views and counting with more episodes from the channel to come. You're used to me being at home and on a delay. You could have piped up. It's like what do we do now? We're just mesmerized with how good you are. Oh yeah? Yeah, you should come back to the studio tomorrow. Dan, don't start. I see him over there biting his tongue. I was just going to say that's not the way to her heart. I know the way to her heart. Fresh fruit. Yes. If I would have dropped that, whit. I knew you wouldn't. Finest plastic money can buy. Reflexes like a cat. Janai, great to have you back. Really appreciate it. Next half hour I'll be nicer. We'll see. Odds are low.

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