Trayvon Martin

In February 2012, Sanford, Fla. resident George Zimmerman, 28, shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was unarmed. Zimmerman claimed he felt threatened and that the shooting was in self-defense, and he was not charged because of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law. Follow WBLK's coverage of the shooting, the nation's response and Zimmerman's murder trial below.

Zimmerman Selling Gun!
This is the most unbelievable story I think I've ever heard!
George Zimmerman is actually auctioning off the gun he used to  kill Trayvon Martin! If that's not shocking enough, he's also saying he will use the money he receives to campaign against Hillary Clinton and the Black Liv…
Will Dressing "Proper" Save Us?
In a World where an unarmed black boy wearing a hoodie and a black man running down the street can be justifiably shot and killed by Police, what can you do as a parent do to protect your black son?
Watch this Dateline video of a man who believes that teaching his two boys to act and dress a certain …
George Zimmerman Is BACK!
George Zimmerman just doesn't seem to GO AWAY!!!  Zimmerman is BACK with a video he recorded blaming The President for the difficult racial tensions surrounding Trayvon Martin's Death.
I blame the Justice System... in my opinion, had Justice been served regarding Trayvon Martin's …
Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, and Sean Bell, African-American males that were wiped off the planet by people who feared their very existence—their deaths made headlines!
I'm updating my original BLOG COMMENTARY regarding the Zimmerman VS DMX Celebrity Boxing Match with this VIDEO of a New York Radio Station DJ Vowing to do everything within his power to make sure the Fight does not happen!!!!
I'm disgusted...
Update: Woman Fired For Trayvon Costume
I often wonder to my self who are the people behind the string online thumb racist who seem to always have something racist to add when it comes to the Trayvon Martin case and of course there favorite President Obama.  Everyone was talking about the Trayvon Martin Halloween costume that is maki…
Hoodie On Display
Now This News reports that the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture is considering the inclusion of Trayvon Martin's hoodie in a future display, believing it will remain a keynote in the cultural discourse of racial divides in modern American society.

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