Jada Pinkett Smith, Alicia Keys, Cardi B & More Call for Justice for Breonna Taylor in Heartbreaking PSA

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As protests and calls for action in the Black Lives Matter movement continue around the world, celebrities are urging their fans and followers to seek justice for Breonna Taylor

The 26-year-old EMT died after being shot by police during a "no-knock" raid at her home in Louisville, Kentucky, on March 13; however, none of the officers involved have been charged or fired for their roles in her death.

A major group of female celebrities -- including Jada Pinkett Smith, Cardi B, Gabrielle Union, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kerry Washington, Lena Waithe, Alicia Keys, Ellen DeGeneres, Tamika D. Mallory, Brené Brown, Ali Wong and more -- came together this week to present a PSA, which was organized by social justice group Until Freedom and features a heartbreaking interview with Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer, and a call to action to get involved in seeking justice.

At the top of the clip -- which Keys helped spearhead to bring attention to the case -- each celeb asks, "Do you know what happened to Breonna Taylor?" Text on the screen, and Palmer's description of events, then answer that question.

"Three officers on the Louisville Metro Police Department used a battering ram to knock down her door. They fired 22 times," Palmer recounts. "Eight of those bullets landed in the body of the most essential worker I will ever know."

"Bre was murdered by the Louisville Metro Police Department, and after they killed her, they asked me if she had any enemies," she continues. "[I said,] ‘No. Absolutely not.'"

On the night of Taylor's death, three officers -- identified in the official incident report released Wednesday as Sgt. Jon Mattingly, 47, Myles Cosgrove, 42, and Brett Hankison, 44 -- entered Taylor's home with a warrant to search for illegal drugs. According to a wrongful death suit filed by Taylor's family, no drugs were found.