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Twitter was up to its usual tricks last night, churning out witty responses to an issue of national interest. Shellie Zimmerman, wife of infamous neighborhood sniper George Zimmerman, has officially filed for divorce, just days after going on national TV to announce that she has to think about staying married to him. Well, that didn’t…

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The September 2013 issue of “Ebony” magazine, as it hits stands today, may very well ruffle some feathers. The social media campaign #justicefortrayvon, which was started during the heartbreaking Zimmerman Trial, is still going strong and shows no signs of slowing down. From nationwide protests to President Obama himself addressing the verdict, to the following cover campaign, supporters…

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Rocker and racist rabble-rouser Ted Nugent is making a second career by touring the country and calling Trayvon Martin a “thug” and “gangsta wannabe” who “got what he deserved.” The right-wing goon is regurgitating the explosive editorial he penned for the conservative website, Rare, in which he says “non-racist Americans” celebrated the acquittal of George Zimmerman for…

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In memory of Trayvon Martin and in support of his mourning family, celebrities continue to step forward creating and participating in nationwide campaigns and marches. In recent news, Meagan Good, Dawn Richard, Eva Marcille and others showed love as they joined forces with the Jason Lee and his California-based I AM READY Foundation for the…

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It’s ironic that the George Zimmerman not guilty verdict in killing Trayvon Martin comes one month before the nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement’s signature moment, the March on Washington, which represented the peak of a movement dedicated to securing equality and justice for the nation’s African American population. With perhaps…

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Bombastic and bodacious basketball analyst Charles Barkely proffered yet another bold statement: He agrees with the George Zimmerman verdict of not guilty. “I agreed with the verdict,” Barkley said Thursday on CNBC’s “Closing Bell with Maria Bartiromo”. “I feel sorry that young kid got killed. But they didn’t have enough evidence to charge him (George Zimmerman).”…

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As a seasoned trial attorney, Charles Coleman Jr. was not surprised by the not guilty verdict following the George Zimmerman trial even though he shared in many citizens’ disappointment. “The verdict is consistent with (Florida) law, but it’s not consistent with justice,” Coleman said. “And that’s the difficult thing for people to reconcile. That’s a…

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Lance Gross penned a very interesting open letter to George Zimmerman in the aftermath of the “not guilty” verdict the former neighborhood watch captain managed to get for admittedly killing unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. Zimmerman’s exoneration touched off impassioned protests and marches coast to coast. Gross’ letter was but the latest in a…

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The similarities in the murders of Trayvon Martin and Emmitt Till are stark and eerie: Two young black teenagers, some sixty years apart, made innocent trips to small town stores in the Deep South — and were never seen by their parents again. Both boys were both devoured by cowards. The verdict in the George…

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