President Obama Speaks About Trayvon Martin Case: Black America Feels Pain

Published On July 19, 2013 | By admin | Local & Worldwide News

” Trayvon Martin Could Have Been Me 35 Years ago”

In a surprise speech at the podium during the White House’s daily briefing, President Barack Obama made a statement about the death of Trayvon Martin The Not Guilty Verdict That shook The Nation.

Obama says African Americans view the case through “a set of experiences and a history that doesn’t go away.” He says black men in particular are used to being feared and blacks see a disparity in the way they are treated under the law.

He says he also has heard drivers lock their doors and has seen women clutch their purses tighter when he walked by, before he was elected to public office.

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