“Breonna Taylor was wrongfully murdered and her murderers still walk free today,” Lovato wrote on the website. “I am pledging to make a difference today and am asking my fans, friends, and family to join me.”
The website includes a link to send pre-written emails to the Louisville Chief of Police and Mayor Greg Fischer. It also includes a donation link, where people can send a contribution to Color Of Change, the nation’s largest online racial justice organization, and a link to a petition called “#JusticeforBre: Police officers who killed Breonna Taylor must be FIRED.”
The singer is also offering those who partake in the campaign a chance to win pieces from her wardrobe.
Taylor’s killing has become one of several incidents galvanizing calls for police accountability nationwide.
The billboards urge people to “Demand that the police involved in killing Breonna Taylor be arrested and charged” and points them to the website for Until Freedom, a social justice organization that recently moved to Louisville to focus on Taylor’s case.
“There’s been no justice — not only for her but for her family,” James told reporters. “We want to continue to shed light on that situation. It’s just unjust.”
CNN’s David Williams and Harmeet Kaur contributed to this report.