It's been over a month and the Trayvon Martin case has gained national attention.
Trayvon Martin was brutally murdered by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch, on grounds of self-defense. The fact that 17-year-old Trayvon Martin had no weapon and only a bag of Skittles and iced tea in his hands has brought about nationwide outcry.
One of the nation's most revered and known talk-show hosts, Oprah Winfrey, had expressed her interest in interviewing Trayvon's murderer, Zimmerman. In an exclusive interview with Extra's AJ Calloway she said:
"It is a tragedy and it is a shame that we're sitting here 33 days later and there hasn't been an arrest, or questioning of what actually happened. It's a tragedy and it is a shame and we all know it. Mr. Zimmerman... I would love to talk to him."
Oprah also spoke on the response she has been seeing on social networks such as Twitter, saying:
"I saw some people on Twitter saying nothing has changed, the same thing's going on. Lots has changed and you know why? Because black people, white people, brown, yellow people all over this country and all over the world are saying the same thing... it's a tragedy and it's a shame and justice needs to be served."
We must admit, it would be quite interest to see the conversation between Oprah and Zimmerman take place.