May 21, 2013
Experts debate origins of shouts on 911 recording. Plus: George Zimmerman's wife files a witness list for her perjury trial.
April 5, 2013
Trayvon Martin's parents settle a wrongful-death claim for more than $1 million. Plus: A letter from the teen girl on the phone with Trayvon when he was shot has been made public.
March 29, 2013
George Zimmerman's brother is "sorry" his tweet offended.
March 15, 2013
Defense releases photos of Trayvon's cellphone. Plus: Sybrina Fulton: "If we're not doing anything positive to try and help somebody else, I think we would be doing damage to ourselves."
March 7, 2013
Prosecutors: "Witness Number 8" lied under oath (but not about what happened the night Travyon was killed). Plus: Trayvon's mom says Zimmerman "tried to be the police officer."
by Julie Walker onFebruary 27, 2013
The teen's parents, along with actor Jamie Foxx, held a vigil at New York City's Union Square.
by Lyla Bugara onFebruary 27, 2013
In honor of Trayvon Martin's life, ColorOfChange.org blogger Lyla Bugara highlights a video by the civil rights group calling on all of us to redouble our efforts in the fight for justice in his case and beyond.
by Edward Wyckoff Williams onFebruary 27, 2013
A year after he shot and killed Trayvon Martin, the defendant's press blitz is paying off.
February 25, 2013
On the first anniversary of the Florida teen's death, a look at 16 major events in the controversial case.
February 25, 2013
A year later, Sybrina Fulton fights for change in "Stand your ground" laws.
- Most Popular
- Most Shared
A recent study shows that Facebook is being abandoned in large numbers.
His Morehouse gradation speech reignited the debate over his posture toward blacks.
The Chatterati Newsletter Sign Up
The Root DC
- Axel F, D.C.’s classic soul party, to return to the Howard Theatre
- Why I chose to attend a historically black college- as a white person
- Historically black colleges are seeing an increase in white students
- Doing away with food deserts in the District
- State of Equality and Justice in America: The Presumption of Guilt