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Florida / Martin Murder Case / Zimmerman Murder Trial / Trayvon's Parents Interview (Part III) #1048499

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 18, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The aftermath of the trial of George Zimmerman for the death of Trayvon Martin re-introduced: what black parents have to tell their children about public behavior. [Recently, Attorney General Eric HOLDER - says he had a conversation with his own son after the death of Trayvon Martin.] ["New York Times" columnist Charles BLOW@, Harlem's Children's Zone CEO Geoffrey CANADA@- outline what we have to say now about the pace a black man can walk.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview continued with Tracy Martin & Sybrina Fulton, parents of the late Trayvon Martin. [MARTIN, FULTON, attorney Benjamin CRUMP - talk about what can we tell our children about conducting themselves in public & dealing with the laws, whether our society can progress from here: what can we tell our children, that Trayvon had a right to be there, the lawyers' strategies in the trial, on justice for young black males, the Alexander shooting case.] Other material [In interview, B37 JUROR - says race did not play a role in George's decision to follow Trayvon.]

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