Tag Archives: Trayvon Martin
Posted on08. May, 2012 by Stevie.
After the Casey Anthony saga and now the Trayvon Martin tragedy, more than a few onlookers are beginning to feel this way about the state of Florida. It’s truly sad when you think about it. But, it’s pretty much the truth. The state is on another planet when it comes to the justice system. Tweet
Posted on12. Apr, 2012 by Stevie.
There was a major break in the Trayvon Martin case on Wednesday. Special prosecutor Angela Corey filed second-degree murder charges against the killer, George Zimmerman, for his role in the February 26 homicide. Mind you, it had been 45 days since the murder with not a single arrest taking place. Corey confirmed that Zimmerman is [...]
Posted on09. Apr, 2012 by Stevie.
Check out a friend of mine, Luis Antonio Thompson, and his latest video titled “I AM: A Young Black Man.” As part of The L.A. Thompson Project, the video is in response to the now-national dialogue about young black men in the wake of the Trayvon Martin tragedy. Simply put, the video urges people NOT [...]
Posted on05. Apr, 2012 by Stevie.
There are some days in our lives when we are less than proud of our alma mater. Today is one of those days for me. Students and faculty at The Ohio State University were greeted on Thursday morning to graffiti on the side of the Frank W. Hale Jr. Black Cultural Center. The white spray paint [...]
Posted on29. Mar, 2012 by Stevie.
The Trayvon Martin case out of Sanford, Florida continues to dominate headlines and capture attention across the country. In Massachusetts, Gov. Deval Patrick is urging state lawmakers to crack down on racial profiling by passing a bill that has languished with inaction for years. He wants the measure to prevent people from being targeted by [...]