The Trayvon Martin shooting was hardly in the national consciousness before fault lines emerged around the case. Was Martin as innocent as he seemed? Did Zimmerman fear for his life? Did Martin provoke the incident? Was Zimmerman a racist?
Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL) wears a hoodie in support of teen Trayvon Martin who was killed during an attack on a neighborhood watchman. An ethics inquiry began against Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL). The Hill reported: Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) said … Continue reading ?
The Combat Jack Show has a collective willingness to speak on topics of a greater purpose. With past shows highlighting cultural events like the Trayvon Martin case, the importance of therapy, and much more, Combat Jack and company took an
THE SYSTEMATIC THEFT OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE CULTURE At The Height Of The "Justice For Trayvon Martin" Ritual - The Promise Of A Series Of LAWSUITS Against "Stand Your Ground" Was Promised By The Civil Rights Pharisees Unfortunately...Show More Summary
Did George Zimmerman sell his painting of Trayvon Martin for $30,000 at an online auction?
There are plenty of reasons to be angry with George Zimmerman but selling a painting of Trayvon Martin isn’t one of them. The internet became outraged today after a story claiming that the notorious neighborhood watchman had sold a painting of the young man he killed for $30,000 went viral. The story, which features some […]
The story was too shocking — even for the person at the center of it. After all, this was the same man who was going to take part in a “celebrity” boxing match. George Zimmerman, the killer of Trayvon Martin, sold a painting of the hoodie-wearing unarmed 17-year-old for $30,000 in an online auction. The […]
It's often said that the best lies contain just enough of the truth to make them believable. That probably explains why I've seen so many people falling for the latest viral hoax from a “satirical” site called The News Nerd.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Senate on Thursday approved the so-called warning shot bill, moving to significantly revise the state’s self-defense laws for the first time since the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
CHESTNUT HILL, MA (April 4, 2014) – The 2012 fatal shooting of black teenager Trayvon Martin by his Florida neighbor George Zimmerman sparked a fierce debate about racism and gun violence. Now, researchers are exploring what the controversial case says as well about sexism and violence against women. read more
The only bill Florida has passed since the death of Trayvon Martin expands immunity to those who threaten gun violence, and makes secret Stand Your Ground records. The post Stand Your Ground Is About To Get Even Worse In Florida appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The Names Of These Two Young Boys, 3 & 5 WILL NOT Be Dropped In The Midst Of A Conversation Between Black People Regarding The State Of JUSTICE FOR BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA - As I Frequently Hear The Names: Trayvon Martin Jordan Davis...Show More Summary
I had no particular expectation of controversy when I asked Kobe Bryant about the Miami Heat players’ Twitter activism in the wake of Trayvon Martin’s death, posing in hoodies as a protest against racial profiling. It was, if anything,...Show More Summary
Stand your ground Dwyane Wade Replies To Kobe Bryant’s Controversial Trayvon Martin Comments Via BleacherReport Kobe Bryant isn’t playing anymore this season, but he’s still talking, and his latest comments made their way to Dwyane Wade. Wade has regard for—and
Kobe Bryant’s Trayvon Martin-related comments in a New Yorker Magazine interview were “right on point” according to ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith. Smith is a regular panelist on ESPN’s First Take, where he and the equally outspoken Skip Bayless contentiously debate each other for two hours about sports. In the magazine article, Bryant seemed to...
ESPN radio host Stephen A. Smith told Arsenio Hall Friday night that Kobe Bryant had a point when he expressed his discomfort with the Miami Heat speaking out in support of Trayvon Martin.
The Trayvon Martin comment by Kobe Bryant has triggered a firestorm of criticism, with some organizations claiming the NBA player should be boycotted in response. In a related report by The Inquisitr, a police officer lost his job because he called Trayvon Martin a thug during the same time frame when George Zimmerman was featured...
Kobe Bryant touched on the sensitive Trayvon Martin subject in a piece published this week by the New Yorker. In the interview Bryant was asked his opinion on the team photo Miami posed for in support of Martin last year. Kobe Bryant Allegedly Disrespects Miami Heat Team For Trayvon Martin Support [QUOTE] Mar 27, 2014 […]
Trayvon Martin died at the hands of vigilante George Zimmerman more than two years ago, but he continues to haunt the American dialog on racial relations. The latest public figure to raise the ghost of Trayvon Martin is NBA superstar Kobe Bryant who, though he has made no explicit public comments on the case until...
NBA star Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers has sparked outrage online after he criticized Lebron James and his teammates from the Miami Heat for wearing hoodies in support of Trayvon Martin.