The National Urban League President and CEO Demands Justice in the Death of Trayvon Martin
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ORLANDO (April 21, 2012) – Interview with Allie Braswell of the Central Florida Urban League focussing on race in relations in light of the Trayvon Martin case from WFTV.
Charges Against Shooter First Step Toward Justice for Trayvon Martin
NEW YORK (April 11, 2012) – Charges announced today in the shooting death of teenager Trayvon Martin more than six weeks ago are the first step toward justice in a tragedy that nearly escaped scrutiny, National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial said.
Justice Demanded in the Death of Trayvon Martin
Being a young black man has been called the hardest job in America. Young black men are much more likely than white men to be jobless, in jail and labelled “suspicious,” sometimes with deadly consequences. Such was the case on February 26th, when 17-year-old high school student, Trayvon Martin, was shot and killed by a white neighborhood-watch vigilante in Sanford, Florida.
CFUL Supports Thorough Investigation of Trayvon Martin Shooting
Central Florida Urban League Stands for the Pursuit of Justice Civil Rights Organization Calls for Thorough Investigation of Trayvon Martin Shooting
ORLANDO, FLA. - In light of the recent Trayvon Martin shooting, Central Florida Urban League (CFUL) president and chief executive officer Allie L. Braswell, Jr. is calling for swift action to bring about an immediate transparent resolution.