The Florida shooting of Trevon Martin, by the hand of George Zimmerman, is a National Tragedy.
Not only do we have a young (unarmed) man killed in a flask of a moment, we also have a cold reality that racial justice and equality in America is an unrealized dream.
This is a polarizing and defining moment in which all races of American citizenship should self-examine what's really going on here. Bottomline: 'It's [almost] OK to kill black youth in Florida if they wear a hoodie.'
Listen to this episode while I talk about how Trevon Martin's murder affects me personally.