It’s been two years since Tracy Martin lost his son Trayvon, and seven months since his killer George Zimmerman was acquitted for the crime. Despite the unfortunate result, Martin has vowed to continue to fight for justice, and against the controversial stand your ground law responsible for Zimmerman’s freedom.
In a recent interview with Al Sharpton on MSNBC’s “Politics Nation,” Martin spoke about how he and Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s mother are working with lawmakers and those affected by gun violence.
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“It’s sad to say that, I feel as though this country actually values guns more than they do our children’s lives,” Martin said.
Thoughts on Martin’s remarks?
Does America care more about the law and the right the bare arms than our black children?
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