"To the middle class, white, socially concerned activist emblazoned with those slogans, you are wrong," this self-described "little white girl" says.

She acknowledges that the slogan "I am Trayvon" is meant to humanize the slain black teen, but she says she'd prefer that people in her position focused less on identifying with Trayvon and more on owning up to their privilege in and complicity with the system that fueled George Zimmerman's actions and allows him to remain free.

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