How do we protect young black men and keep them from being objects of suspicion and targets? The post Trayvon Martin Should Still Be Alive appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Three days after a jury acquitted George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, Emory professor Gregory C. Ellison II extended an unexpected invitation to radio listeners: “I think we should have a community conversation. Let’s all meet at Emory this Saturday.” On the heels of that contentious verdict, scholars, educators and thought-leaders like...
Jay-Z's upcoming documentary on the Trayvon Martin case has reportedly enraged George Zimmerman — and also ignited a feud between him and Snoop Dogg. The post George Zimmerman Threatens To “Beat” Jay-Z And Feed Him To “An Alligator” appeared first on CrimeFeed.
In case you weren't aware, JAY-Z is making a documentary about the tragic killing of Trayvon Martin called Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story. We'll give you one guess who's the most unhappy about that… Yep, the teen's killer, George Zimmerman, raised a stink over the weekend after finding out executive producer Michael Gasparro had visited [...]
Snoop Dogg joined the fray in support of Jay-Z.
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As you may have heard, Jay-Z has been working on a documentary about Trayvon Martin, a teen whose life was cut tragically short. Interviews are a normal part of any documentary, but George Zimmerman's response to producers interviewing people in his life has been... Show More Summary
George Zimmerman took a shot at JAY-Z, threatening to “beat” the rapper and feed him to “an alligator” over a Trayvon Martin documentary.
From trying to auction the gun he used to kill Martin to almost fighting the rapper DMX in a celebrity boxing match.
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'For Major Jackson, poetry is a vehicle of exploration. His poem "Stand Your Ground" responds to Florida's law that was famously invoked in the killing of Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old boy. Jackson gives his Brief But Spectacular take on leaving his mark.' -- PBS NewsHour
Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake will be wearing his heart on his feet this Sunday... sporting a special pair of cleats that honor slain teenager Trayvon Martin. The cleats were made by sneaker artist Desmond Jones (aka Skilz)... and will ...
I used to listen to "WAOK AM Atlanta Every Day" about 15 years ago. When I heard that there was going to be a "BLACK TALK RADIO STATION" in Atlanta I was happy at that time (during my political/ideological/spiritual maturation). I was...Show More Summary
When is the last time you’ve had an uncomfortable talk about race, privilege, fear, and domination? The post Kiss Me, Kill Me: Trayvon Martin, Black Male Bodies and White Supremacy appeared first on The Good Men Project.
J.R. Smith responds to Stephen A. Smith's Trayvon Martin hoodie comments.
Oh boy. Stephen A. Smith went and done it once again. The co-host of ‘First Take’ luckily did not say his latest controversy on TV, but it doesn’t make it any better. On his radio show, Smith was dumbfounded as to why J.R Smith would be wearing a hoodie on the bench. The entire hoodie […]
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An Anne Frank costume pulled Sunday is only the latest in a line of Halloween costumes that depict victims of horrifying crimes.
In April, Paramount Network greenlit a Trayvon Martin docuseries based on Bloom's 'Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice.' read more