We have to get unstuck and ignite collective action, not just from minorities, but from everyone to eliminate structural discrimination in our society. In order to effectively address issues such as stand your ground, voter suppression, racial profiling and the school to prison pipeline, again, I think being more objective is critical.
Two weeks after George Zimmerman's trial in the death of Trayvon Martin ended in acquittal, Juror B29, the only woman of color identified as Maddy, says George Zimmerman got away with murder, while Juror B37, a white woman, believes he did nothing wrong. Both agree that race played no role in the case. Doesn't this settle the issue of whether race was involved in this case?