We Shall Not Be Moved

In 1955, a young black man in Money, Mississippi, went to the store to buy some candy. Fifty-seven years later, another young black man in Sanford, Florida, did the same. Both trips led to a murder — one of Emmett Till and the other Trayvon Martin

It wasn't right when it happened in 1955, and it wasn't right in 2012. 

Sign the petition urging the Department of Justice to file federal charges, including civil rights charges, against George Zimmerman.

Courage will not skip this generation, and we shall not be moved!

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Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, racial profiling, racial discrimination