Watch This: Howard Students' Trayvon Video

Black male students from the HBCU's law school ask, "Do I look suspicious?"

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To make a statement about the racial profiling that many believe led to Florida teen Trayvon Martin's shooting death, a group of Howard University School of Law students created a video in which they ask, "Do I look suspicious?"

The project brings into question the way George Zimmerman characterized Martin before he killed him and also provides a poignant take on the experience of African-American men who find that they can't shake cultural biases despite their accomplishments.

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