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Michael Dunn Verdict

Michael Dunn Verdict Reached

The Huffington Post | Simon McCormack | Posted 10.02.2014 | Crime

Michael Dunn was found guilty of first-degree murder in the killing of 17-year-old Jordan Davis in September, 2012 after an argument over loud music. ...

Juror In Michael Dunn Trial: 'Race Was Never A Factor'

CNN | Posted 02.21.2014 | Black Voices

One of the jurors in the trial of Michael Dunn said that race played no part in the case. The Florida jury on Saturday convicted Dunn, 47, on three...

Michael Dunn And Open Season On Black Teenagers

Salon | Posted 02.19.2014 | Black Voices

How much more are black people in this country supposed to take? On Saturday, a Florida jury failed to convict Michael Dunn for the callous murder...

Jordan Davis' Parents Speak Out

The Huffington Post | Braden Goyette | Posted 02.19.2014 | Black Voices

The parents of Jordan Davis, a black Florida teen who was shot in an altercation over loud music, spoke to Good Morning America's Robin Roberts on Wed...

Michael Dunn: 'I'm The Victor, But I Was The Victim Too'

Posted 02.19.2014 | Black Voices

Prosecutors have released audio of phone calls placed from the jailhouse by Michael Dunn, the man who fatally shot 17-year-old Jordan Davis after a co...

Not Again: One Black Attorney's Thoughts on the Michael Dunn Verdict

Charles F. Coleman Jr. | Posted 04.20.2014 | Black Voices
Charles F. Coleman Jr.

While Dunn is unlikely to ever experience life again as a free man, neither Martin nor Davis will experience life at all beyond their 17th year of existence simply because someone else decided that they were justified in using their gun to 'defend' themselves.

The Souls of Black Folk and the Shame of the Dunn Verdict

Rev. Dr. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite | Posted 04.19.2014 | Religion
Rev. Dr. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite

Of what value is the soul of an African American teenager? Today, in America, it seems like there is not an equality of souls, of human beings, especially when it comes to the lives of young African American men.