Media Coverage of Trayvon Martin Case
Charles Blow talked about media coverage of race in general, and the Trayvon Martin case specifically. He laid out out the facts of… read more
Charles Blow talked about media coverage of race in general, and the Trayvon Martin case specifically. He laid out out the facts of the case, how the media covered it, and racial data about coverage, and also addressed comparisons to the O.J. Simpson and Emmett Till trials. Mr. Blow answered audience members' questions following his remarks.
This was the keynote address at a conference on the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012, in Sanford, Florida. close
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