Protesters weigh in Los Angeles weigh in on Zimmerman “not guilty” verdict. (Reuters photo by Jason Redmond) Many eyes blinked dumbly, like those of someone realizing they have just been stabbed, and people’s heads shook in slow disbelief when the announcement came Saturday night, July 13, 2013, that George Zimmerman, the man who admittedly killed … More George Zimmerman Verdict Counters Notion of Post-Racial America
Mosaic poster of executed prisoner Troy Anthony Davis. (Courtesy of NAACP) From the time he was first placed on trial for the murder of Savannah police officer Mark Allen MacPhail in 1989 until his death by execution one year ago, September 21, 2011, more questions than answers have tended to accumulate where the case of … More Savannah Talks Troy Anthony Davis No. 17: 1st Anniversary of the Execution – by Aberjhani
Protester carrying an image of Trayvon Martin and family members. (photo by Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters) Florida State Attorney Angela Corey’s announcement April 11 that George Zimmerman had been arrested on charges of second-degree murder for the shooting of Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012, brought some sense of relief to Martin’s family but has not quelled … More Trayvon Martin, Robert Lee, and Millions of Tears Fallen (Part 1) | Aberjhani | Blog Post | Red Room
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