“Made You Die” Trayvon Martin Tribute
Because his hoodie is alleged to have made him “look suspicious,” 28 year old George Zimmerman, a “community watch coordinator,” took it upon himself execute 17 year old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman, telling police over his cell phone that Trayvon “looks up to no good, or he’s on drugs or something” committed an extra-judicial killing – for which he is now walking the streets – free on 1 million dollar bond and claiming self-defense under Florida’s infamous “stand your ground” laws.
Read Mark Lewis Taylor’s excellent article, Youth of color: Watched and shot and the NCTT*** Corcoran SHU’s excellent article, Trayvon, Christian, Jason, Gerardo, Kendrec and nine children in Afghanistan: a discussion of race, violence and the authoritarian psychology in the SF BAYVIEW Newspaper for in depth political analyses concerning the ideology of authoritarian violence and the demonization of Afrikan youth.
***New Afrikan Revolutionary Nation (NARN) Think Tank
Photo by Malaika H Kambon on 3-21-2012 in SF, CA @ a march & rally 4 Trayvon Martin
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