Trayvon Martin

Beyoncé Spills Some 'Lemonade,' Stops The World

Fans can now access both the visual and audio album via iTunes and Tidal. 

Trayvon Martin Would Have Turned 21 Today

He had just celebrated his 17th birthday when George Zimmerman shot and killed him.

#TBT: Today Marks 17 Years Since NYPD Officers Killed Amadou Diallo

His family is still fighting against police violence. 

Kendrick Lamar's Reaction to Police Brutality: 'Rage Is The Perfect Word for It'

In XXL’s latest issue,  the superstar speaks candidly about his own experiences with state violence. 

#LastWords Project Chronicles Last Words of Unarmed Black Men and Boys

Shirin Barghi’s #LastWords project chronicles the final words of unarmed black men and boys.

ICYMI: Jay Z Calls Out Tidal Competitors, Name Checks Trayvon Martin and Freddie Gray in Freestyle

The music-streaming service owner also criticizes black people who are skeptical of his new effort but support Nike, Apple and Spotify

[Video] More Parents Share Their 'Talk' With Their Black Sons

The coming-of-age conversation continues.

Actions Planned Nationwide on Third Anniversary of Trayvon Martin's Death

It’s been a particularly difficult week to mark to the occasion.

DOJ Declines to Charge George Zimmerman in Trayvon Martin Case

The news come almost exactly three years after Martin’s death.

Federal Civil Rights Charges Unlikely for George Zimmerman

A long quest for elusive justice.

Hip-Hop's Biggest Names Release Song After Ferguson: 'Don't Shoot'

It’s dedicated to Mike Brown.

Sybrina Fulton Writes Moving Letter to Michael Brown's Family

She knows what it feels like to bury a son while the world is watching.

Vigils Sweep the Country to Remember Victims of Police Violence

Protestors took to the streets to mourn Mike Brown and wonder aloud about who’s next.

Gun Violence and the Zimmerman Verdict, One Year Later

Sunday marks one year since George Zimmerman walked free after his trial in connection to the killing of Trayvon Martin.

Life Cycles of Inequity: A Colorlines Series on Black Men

A monthly series exploring the ways in which injustice impacts every stage of black male life.

Kobe Bryant Wasn't Impressed by Miami's Trayvon Martin Protest

That’s according to new profile in the New Yorker.

On the Two-Year Anniversary of Trayvon Martin's Death

How have you remembered his life today?

Artists Create Portraits of Justice After Dunn and Zimmerman Verdicts

In the face of unjust rulings, artists step in to fill the void left by the courts.

Twitter Reacts to Upcoming George Zimmerman Interview

Upcoming CNN interview raises questions about media’s proper role.

Jordan Davis Murder Trial Begins in Fla. Today

In a case reminiscent of Trayvon Martin’s, 17-year-old Davis was allegedly shot and killed in 2012 by a white man after an argument over loud music.