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Real Life Real Faith welcomes Tracy Martin, father of Trayvon Martin Since the 2012 death of his son, Trayvon, in a violent confrontation, Tracy Martin has committed his life to transforming tragedy into change. Despite his devastating loss, Martin was able to channel his immeasurable heartache into the immense strength needed to elicit positive change. He now is fighting for the broad societal shift required to ensure that a similar incident never claims the life of another child.

Martin’s message of change extends to families from all walks of life. He encourages parents, relatives, caregivers and teachers to let their sons, daughters, and other loved ones know that their lives are valuable and to stress that they are loved no matter how society views them. He also emphasizes the dangers of judging a person’s character based solely on their appearance, as represented by his son’s iconic hoodie sweatshirt.

Although his son is gone, Martin hopes his tragic death helps to heal the country, acting as motivation for parents and caregivers to keep fighting for the safety of all children. Through his thought provoking speeches, Martin helps foster the necessary conversations that can help keep every family safe from needless violence.

By sharing his personal and powerful stories, Martin encourages diverse audiences – from colleges and legal professionals to community and family organizations – to become more educated on ways to keep their loved ones safe and empower themselves to become catalysts for social change.
Real Life Real Faith welcomes Tracy Martin, father of Trayvon Martin Since the 2012 death of his son, Trayvon, in a violent confrontation, Tracy Martin has committed his life to transforming tragedy into change. Despite his devastating loss, Martin was able to channel his immeasurable heartache into the immense strength needed to elicit positive change. He now is fighting for the broad societal shift required to ensure that a similar incident never claims the life of another child.

Martin’s message of change extends to families from all walks of life. He encourages parents, relatives, caregivers and teachers to let their sons, daughters, and other loved ones know that their lives are valuable and to stress that they are loved no matter how society views them. He also emphasizes the dangers of judging a person’s character based solely on their appearance, as represented by his son’s iconic hoodie sweatshirt.

Although his son is gone, Martin hopes his tragic death helps to heal the country, acting as motivation for parents and caregivers to keep fighting for the safety of all children. Through his thought provoking speeches, Martin helps foster the necessary conversations that can help keep every family safe from needless violence.

By sharing his personal and powerful stories, Martin encourages diverse audiences – from colleges and legal professionals to community and family organizations – to become more educated on ways to keep their loved ones safe and empower themselves to become catalysts for social change.
#BlackLivesMatter - Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Martin Brown, & George Floyd Behind The Yellow Line True Crime Podcast Ep 3 Video Version available on Youtube now!
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Personal Message: &nbsp;I truly only want to help and affect change in a positive way. I hope you understand I want to be in this with you. I support you. I feel for you. I love you. I care. I stand by you. We're in this together. I understand that I will never truly understand, however I understand. #BLM&nbsp;
&nbsp;&nbsp;This True Crime Podcast is hosted by Laura Jean. This includes graphic depictions of sensitive materials. Viewer discretion is advised. Trigger Warning is in effect. &nbsp;This week I discuss the brutal murders of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Michael Brown and George Floyd all by the hand of police officers. We then talk about the creation of the Black Lives Matter Movement. I share places you can donate. If you feel compelled to do anything at all, I ask you donate to one of the places in to this link. We can all affect change in the world, and we have to do better and be better.&nbsp;
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#TheTrayvonHoax Joel Gilbert has exposed the truth about Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman George Zimmerman has filed a $100,000 lawsuit through his attorney Larry Klayman against the Florida Prosecutors office, the Martin Family and their attorney Crump and those connected with the prosecution against him based on the investigative work of Joel Gilbert producer and investigative reporter of The Trayvon Hoax. Joel joins Pastor Greg to discuss this outrageous miscarriage of justice which was carried out against all Americans and against the black community in particular. The use of a false witness and the subsequent race riots are still reverberating across America today.
(2012/03/26) The wrongful death of Trayvon Martin (Racism) Edition #589
The wrongful death of Trayvon Martin

Ch. 1: Intro - Theme: A Fond Farewell, Elliott Smith 
Ch. 2: Act 1: Introduction to the Trayvon Martin Case - Blacking it up - Air Date: 3-12-12
Ch. 3: Song 1: TRAYVON MARTIN Rap Song - Jasiri X
Ch. 4: Act 2: EPIC FAIL by Police in Trayvon Martin Investigation - Young Turks - Air Date: 3-14-12
Ch. 5: Song 2: A Trayvon Martin Tribute - YouTube - EthanDavidStudios
Ch. 6: Act 3: The Tragedy of Trayvon Martin - The Progressive Air Date: 3-19-12
Ch. 7: Song 3: Euthanasia of Trayvon Martin RIP "How Long?" - YouTube - Temptap
Ch. 8: Act 4: George Zimmerman's 911 call while following Trayvon Martin and Florida's insanity - Jimmy Dore Show - Air Date: 3-22-12
Ch. 9: Song 4: RIP TRAYVON MARTIN SONG - YouTube - toast8787
Ch. 10: Act 5: Where the conversation on race can go after Trayvon Martin - Blacking it up - Air Date: 3-19-12
Ch. 11: Song 5: I Am Trayvon - A-Lex
Ch. 12: Act 6: Trayvon Martin Final Phone Call With Girlfriend - Young Turks - Air Date: 3-21-12
Ch. 13: Song 6: TRAYVON MARTIN Rap Song - Jasiri X
Ch. 14: Act 7: Calls for help heard on 911 call in Trayvon Martin shooting - On the Media - Air Date: 3-22-12
Ch. 15: Song 7: Trayvon Martin Song (Tribute) - YouTube - TheWorldNewsRapper
Ch. 16: Act 8: Stand your ground used to attack unprovoked - Matthew Filipowicz Show - Air Date: 3-20-12
Ch. 17: Song 8: Skittles and some Ice Tea - YouTube - Klay3Creation
Ch. 18: Act 9: Trayvon Martin Smear Attempt By Glenn Becks The Blaze - Young Turks - Air Date: 3-21-12
Ch. 19: Song 9: Trayvon Martin Tribute Song - TurboT Ft SpidaMan
Ch. 20: Act 10: Obama: Trayvon Martin Case Is a 'Tragedy' - President Obama
Ch. 21: Song 10: We Are Trayvon - Plies
Ch. 22: Act 11: Geraldo Rivera says Hoodies to Blame for Trayvon Martin Killing - Majority Report - Air Date: 3-23-12
Ch. 23: Song 11: TRAYVON MARTIN Rap Song - Jasiri X
Ch. 24: Act 12: Mother Jones article breaking down the Florida Stand Your Ground law - Blacking it up - Air Date: 3-19-12
Ch. 25: Final comments to close the show

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Inside the Trayvon Martin Tragedy The shooting death of 17 year old Trayvon Martin in Florida has sparked outrage across the country. On February 26, 2012, Trayvon died from a single gunshot to the chest. Police say neighborhood watch captain, George Zimmerman, fired that shot. Zimmerman is using Florida’s "Stand Your Ground" Law to justify the killing. Lawyer2Lawyer co-hosts and attorneys, Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi, welcome Professor Michelle Jacobs, from the University of Florida's Levin College of Law and Professor Kenneth Novak, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Missouri - Kansas City, to explore the legal issues surrounding the "Stand Your Ground" law, neighborhood watches, and the possibility of racial profiling.
Trayvon Martin's activism legacy: mother Sybrina Fulton, Jasiri X & Black Lives Matter stand strong S2E5 Sybrina Fulton is the mother of slain teen Trayvon Martin, and Jasiri X is the co-founder of anti-violence artist collective 1Hood Media, but both are so much more than those descriptors suggest.

 

“He was my youngest boy,” says Sybrina of her son Trayvon, the unarmed 17-year-old who was followed and shot to death in 2012 by a neighborhood watch coordinator for “looking suspicious” in a Sanford, Fla., gated community. “He loved aviation, Skittles, babies and his family. He was a regular kid.”

 

Recording artist-activist Jasiri X, who also is a father, remembers the moment he first heard about Trayvon’s death. “I was used to police killing us, but at that moment it felt like anyone could kill us and get away with it,” he says. “It felt like open season on black men and boys.”

 

In this episode of “We Can Be,” Sybrina shares her moving journey from grieving mother to author (“Rest in Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin”) and activist (The Trayvon Martin Foundation).

 

Her story has helped to inspire millions – including Jasiri X who wrote a song titled “Trayvon” - to speak up against gun violence, “stand your ground” laws and racial profiling.

 

In the wake of the killing of unarmed Pittsburgh teenager Antwon Rose II, voices like those of Sybrina Fulton and Jasiri X are more vital than ever.

 

“I speak for and from Trayvon Martin,” says Sybrina of her son, whose death sparked the Black Lives Matter movement. “I stand for the other mothers who cannot.”

 

“We Can Be” is hosted by Heinz Endowments President Grant Oliphant, and produced by the Endowments and Treehouse Media. Theme music by Josh Slifkin. Incidental music by James Royce and Isaiah Small. Guest image by Josh Franzos.
Truthful Art: Jasiri X on Trayvon Martin, Antwon Rose Jr. & the cross-section of unity that gives him hope. (S01EP18) Jasiri Oronde Smith’s mom knew what she was doing when she chose the first name for her baby boy, the Swahili word for “brave.” 

 

That baby grew up to be lauded hip-hop artist and activist Jasiri X.

 

As a co-founder of 1Hood Media, a collective of socially conscious activists who utilize art to raise awareness about social justice matters, Jasiri X is fostering a new generation of artists and media professionals who use their voices to challenge inequity and unify humanity.

 

He has raised his own voice by writing and performing songs like “The Whitest House,” “Strange Fruit” and “Song for Trayvon,” and is never afraid to speak truth to the most pressing social issues of our time. For his artistic activism, Jasiri X was awarded a prestigious 2016 Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the Chicago Theological Society, the same institution from which the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. received an honorary doctorate nearly 60 years prior.

 

Jasiri X has been part of recent movements in support of union rights, humane treatment of immigrants and their families, and justice for Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African American youth who was shot to death in Florida by a neighborhood watch volunteer. Most recently, Jasiri X has emerged as a passionate leader in an ongoing series of protests in response to the shooting of unarmed black teenager Antwon Rose Jr. by a white officer in East Pittsburgh, a suburb of the City of Pittsburgh.

 

“Tragedy is bringing together communities from a cross-section of collective unity like we’ve never seen before,” says Jasiri X, “and that is a hopeful sign.”

 

Hear how Jasiri X is opening eyes and changing minds one rhyme at a time on this episode of “We Can Be.”

 

“We Can Be” is hosted by The Heinz Endowments’ Grant Oliphant and produced by the Endowments and Treehouse Media. Theme music is composed by John Dziuban, with incidental music by Josh Slifkin and Akil Esoon.
S3 E7: From Trayvon Martin to George Floyd: The Trauma of Injustice Black communities experience lasting “cultural trauma” from the lack of accountability for police and vigilante violence, explains Boston University School of Law Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig.
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