New York, NY-Wednesday marked the second anniversary of the shooting death of Black Florida teen, Trayvon Martin, who was killed by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman. In honor of the anniversary of Trayvon’s death, thousands of people- representing various organizations- rallied in the U.S. and across the World. Your Black World covered a New York City rally that was organized by “The Stop the Mass Incarceration Network” (SMIN) which was held in historic Times Square.
Maya Wiley, Founder and President of the Center for Social Inclusion, introduces implicit racial bias to explain why the law is not equipped to deliver justice in the case involving George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin. And she points the way forward so that all of us, esp. our young men of color, can walk the streets feeling safe.
- Preacher Delivers Shocking Allegations On Trayvon Martin (endstandyourground.wordpress.com)
- Iran Demands Justice for Trayvon Martin (theroot.com)
- Watch: President Obama Addresses George Zimmerman Verdict: ‘Trayvon Could’ve Been Me’ (mediaite.com)
Black outrage over the racist injustice system that allowed killer George Zimmerman walk free is being misdirected by the usual suspects but now the Slave-Ship-Hop rapper Jay Z is trying to associate himself with social justice movements when most of his musical career he has been engaged in promoting negative behavior. Who knows what the true motives are of the racially showcased weapons of mass confusion who exists as social controls. Don’t be fooled, keep your third eye open.