It has been over a month since 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman and justice is yet to be served.
Celebrated author, journalist and MSNBC's resident race expert Toure has been one of the strong vocal supporters seeking justice for the innocent victim.
Last night Toure sat down to give "The Daily Rant" on MSNBC's "Dylan Ratigan Show," and dropped a few gems.
The passionate Toure stated:
"We are creeping, people, toward a boiling point. This is the most hotly divided, radicalized moment in America since the O.J. [Simpson] trial. And that was a relatively silly parade of celebs and kooks compared to this. This time, it's as serious a heart attack."
Toure continued on, calling Joe Oliver, an African-American, George Zimmerman's "professional black friend," and pointing out the issues of race that were brushed to the side until Trayvon Martin's untimely death.
Toure's stance since the inception of the Trayvon Martin case has always been the same: This is bigger than Trayvon, this is about racial relations in America.
Toure is dropping a lot of knowledge in this segment hopefully prompting a new set of followers to listen up and demand justice for the loss of this innocent teen’s life.
Toure, just like us, has his proverbial hoodie up for Trayvon.
Check out what he had to say in the video above.