Trayvon Martin

"I encourage you to consider what the true needs of your Black classmates are at this moment -- are you truly needed in their space?"
Fulton became a gun reform advocate after a white man killed her 17-year-old son in 2012.
Two Georgia laws led private citizens to play cop — with disastrous consequences.
People vowed to "never forget" Martin, who was killed weeks after his 17th birthday in 2012.
Protests broke out after the Sacramento district attorney said she would not charge the police officers.
Six years after marching for Trayvon Martin, there's still a dangerous connection between racist violence, police brutality and guns.
Martin appears on an upcoming episode of "Black Ink Crew Chicago."
A talented, resolute man of color, Marshall helped light my path and instilled into me a deep sense of social obligation.