Tag Archives: Trayvon Martin

  • George Zimmerman Calls Pres. Obama ‘Ignorant Baboon’ in Twitter Rant Over WDBJ Shootings

    Aug 27, 15 by EURPublisher01 4 Comments

    *George Zimmerman got his full-blown racist troll on in response to the killing of two white WDBJ employees on live television by their former co-worker Vester Lee Flanagan. This morning, Zimmerman – whom a jury found not guilty in the killing of unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin – posted a shirtless selfie in which he […]

  • George Zimmerman Now Selling Confederate Flag Art

    Aug 18, 15 by EURPublisher01 1 Comment

    *George Zimmerman has a new hustle. The man found not guilty of killing unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012 – and who also fancies himself an artist – is now selling his original Confederate flag art pieces through the gun store owned by Andy Hallinan. Hallinan is the guy who made headlines after posting […]

  • Sybrina Fulton Says She’s ‘Not Ready to Forgive’

    Aug 16, 15 by Ny MaGee 4 Comments

    *Since the death of her son Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton is often sought out by media hypes and activists to comment on the latest wave of racial bias and social injustice. Fulton’s passionate voice allows her to travel the country and speak out against racial violence on behalf of the Trayvon Martin Foundation, and the […]

  • NAACP Sponsors ‘America’s Journey for Justice’

    Aug 5, 15 by Qwest7 Leave a comment

    *The NAACP is spearheading an effort to shine a light on civil rights by sponsoring a group of civil rights activists who are taking “America’s Journey to Justice” from Selma, Ala., to Washington D.C. Essence reports, the group left Selma on Saturday (Aug. 1) on the trip, which will take them 40 days and 40 […]

  • Bree Newsome Reveals Reason Behind Removing the Confederate Flag

    Jul 1, 15 by Qwest7 2 Comments

    *Days after scaling a flagpole to remove the Confederate flag from the South Carolina state capital in Columba, Bree Newsome is revealing why she took it upon herself to take the flag down. The civil rights activist voiced her motivation in a new essay for the Blue Nation Review, saying that she aligned with a group […]

  • ‘3 1/2 Minutes, 11 Bullets’ Punctuates A Persistent Problem

    Jun 27, 15 by Marie Moore Leave a comment

    *To say “3½ Minutes, 11 Bullets” is timely is sickeningly redundant. Racism and injustice are timeless issues. Just this year it was revealed a “Seinfeld” script was nixed because George [Costanza] said, “You know, I have never seen a black person order a salad;” and the film “Project Almanac” has an Obama chicken joke. The […]