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Trayvon Martin and Race in America Hudson Owen

Trayvon Martin and Race in America

Hudson Owen

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The author of Essays Of Concern sifts through the facts and hearsay of this famous case and draws compelling portraits of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. He shows how the verdict was not really surprising. Moving forward, Mr. Owen takes a hardMoreThe author of Essays Of Concern sifts through the facts and hearsay of this famous case and draws compelling portraits of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. He shows how the verdict was not really surprising. Moving forward, Mr. Owen takes a hard look at long-standing assumptions about race in America, visualizing how they might be about to change. He salts the narrative with his own encounters with race, beginning with the 1977 blackout in New York City, and takes the reader on his extensive travels through the New York subway system. The author shows the many ways in which race plays out in our society. Essay is 6,700 words..