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Trayvon Martin Memorial Concert, November 3, 2018

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Trayvon Martin Memorial Concert, November 3, 2017, 7:30 p.m.

In remembrance of lives lost to senseless gun violence.  Featuring the Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church Chancel Choir and the Pemberton United Methodist Chancel Choir, Rev.  William D. Carter III, Pastor. Free concert will be followed by a reception.  Free will…

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Trayvon Martin: “Five years ago, a black boy was shot for nothing.”

On the fifth anniversary, Leonard Pitts reflects on the shooting of Trayvon Martin: “Many Americans made him a blank screen upon which they projected their racialized stereotypes and fears. They could not allow him to be a harmless child walking home.

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Five Year Anniversary of Trayvon Martin’s Killing

Trayvon’s parents’ Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin have relentlessly worked to keep their son’s spirit alive while speaking out about the circumstances that led to his death. Now Fulton and Martin have written a book on the enduring life of…

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Remembering Trayvon Martin and Other Victims of Violence, Friday, November 5, 2016, 5 p.m.

WITHERSPOON AT FIVE A CONCERT OF REMEMBRANCE Celebrate the life of Trayvon Martin and FAR TOO many other young people lost to senseless gun violence Witherspoon Chancel Choir Coalition for Peace Action Minister William D. Carter, III Witherspoon Street Presbyterian…

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