As the one year anniversary of Trayvon's death rolls around, just two weeks after he was to turn 18, we must remember what we were fighting for. Believe it or not, it wasn't just for the slain teen. We were fighting for justice for not just Trayvon, but for an entire nation. Here's why...
The message, which transcended race, age and gender, was evident in the riveting pictures taken after Trayvon's death. Pictures that showed communities coming together for one cause. Here are some of those lasting memories that GlobalGrind won't forget.
It does not matter what race or creed these children were born. As a nation, we embrace them all, as our children, America's children. Their zip codes in life might have been different, but in death, they rest in peace in the same town.
Just days after defense attorney Mark O'Mara admitted that the George Zimmerman trial was running out of money and needed to push back the trial date, a hearing is scheduled to take place today to determine if the judge will adhere to the defense's request.