WATCH: George Zimmerman on Sean Hannity – Full Interview

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George Zimmerman on Sean Hannity – Full Interview On July 18th, George Zimmerman did his very first public interview with Sean Hannity (Fox News).  In the interview, he discusses what he says happened that night and how the case has unfolded since the tragic night when he killed Trayvon Martin. In the interview Zimmerman seems […]

On Unconscious Racism: An Explanation of George Zimmerman & Upset Hunger Games Fans

Unconscious Racism They used to lynch us. They don’t do that anymore. They used to buy and sell us. They don’t do that anymore. They used to call our fathers “boy” and send them around back. They don’t do that anymore. Now it’s unconscious, so all they have to do is think. Racism has gone underground, […]

Beyond Trayvon: Race & Justice In America airs TONIGHT, March 30th at 8p and 10p ET on CNN

Beyond Trayvon: Race & Justice In America TONIGHT ON CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien hosts a townhall on a controversial event that has gripped the nation: the shooting of Trayvon Martin. In this one hour special, several panels will examine and discuss the facts of the case and the many angles that have come into play including: the […]

Trayvon Martin Could Be Your Son Too: Racial Profiling & Interracial Relationships

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Racial Profiling & Interracial Relationships “Will my White husband be able to sympathize and empathize with our biracial son if he is a victim of any racial iniquities?” I thought of this question last month, and upon asking Joseph his opinion, he answered, “I’m not sure because I’ve never had to deal with that. Yet, […]

Racism Among Hispanics: The George Zimmerman Misconception

Latinos Can’t be Racist? As I watched the news this morning about yet another story trying to profile George Zimmerman, the alleged shooter in the Treyvon Martin case, the reporter asked a former neighbor if Zimmerman was a racist. The white neighbor replied that she didn’t think so and quickly added that he was a […]

Mourning the Loss of Trayvon Martin, Everyone’s Son

Mourning the Loss of Trayvon Martin In 1995 I met my son for the very first time, although I had known him for some months – his movements, his growth…his potential. Across the country, and unknown to me, another expectant mother was taking a parallel journey; adventuring through morning sickness, her unborn’s first noticeable kicks, contractions, […]

Trayvon Martin: A Crime Gone Unpunished

Trayvon Martin – Where’s the Justice? I had hoped to get through this year without hearing something of this nature. Recently, it seems we are writing more and more about the injustices that face people of color. It is this type of crime that makes me afraid for my mixed children who are Half-Black and Half-Mexican American. Trayvon […]