Trayvon Martin Information and Book

Trayvon Martin was an innocent, young, black male who George Zimmerman, the second most hated man in America after President Trump, shot in the heart and killed!  Zimmerman pursued Trayvon as Trayvon tried to make it home despite the police telling him not to follow Trayvon.

This book is for YOU.  I wrote this for Trayvon to give to you so you could get justice.  This book is not free; it had a high cost.  Trayvon Martin and I paid for it.  Use the information, the anatomy of a cover-up, in the book to demand criminal justice reform, end institutional racial, end racial profiling, end bias, end stereotyping, and remove law enforcers who cover-up crimes.   

Trayvon paid for it with his life!  If Trayvon Martin had not been murdered, this book would not exist.  This was the highest cost paid! He paid because he was black, a male, and young. He paid because of the bias, stereotyping and hatred. He paid due to the racial profiling. He paid due to Stand Your Ground. He paid due to ignorance and fear.  He paid due to institutional racism which is another way of saying racist people control and manage the work carried out in that institution.

I paid for it due to the hell and suffering I had while writing it!  Yet, I felt pushed, almost forced, to write this book.  I had no peace.  I could not get it off or him off my mind.  If Trayvon Martin had not been murdered, I would not have heart break and I would not have felt I was losing my mind.   I would have avoided great suffering while researching and writing this book!   I had loss of appetite, crying spells, and warded off racist attacks. Being called monkey, nigger, bitch and other names certainly didn’t help.

The painful birth of this book came from rage, hatred, heart break, devastation, and desire for revenge!  At times, I had to walk out the rage and hatred in a store parking lot, even in the dead of night!  The sleepless nights, crying spells, and desire for revenge were too many.  For nearly a year, I could not sleep soundly.  I had remembered the suffering and sacrifices of my elders and ancestors in order to complete this book.  I suffered greatly, but no one could see it from the outside.  I had to show strength. 

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I began my Trayvon Martin justice journey in 2013.   It took me a long time to see the greater picture in my work and understand my promise fully.  Naively, I expected the people of America would see the injustice in the trial and not accept the verdict or at least make the law enforcers who covered up what happened go to prison.   The completion of the book, however, brought forth some healing for myself.  I no longer felt I was losing my mind and I could sleep at night.   

It hurt me deeply to realize if it were one of the children of those law enforcers, their child would have gotten justice.  This also hurt because they viewed Trayvon Martin, a black child, as less valuable than their own.  It was bias, racist, and unjust and it disturbed my spirit greatly.  I wanted to avenge Trayvon Martin.  His father could not.  Obama and Eric Holder did not.  Zimmerman remained free to continue to live his life while occasionally taunting those who care about Trayvon.  Trayvon Martin represented all young, black males who still experience bias, racial profiling, and stereotyping.

Writer's Digest Book Review: "The book tackles a prevalent, dangerous topic: institutional racism. The author clearly states that racism is the heart of the story of Trayvon Martin's murder and George Zimmerman's acquittal. Public interest in the case, and the prevalence of similar stories make this book a timely part of the discussion. The author's rage is understandable and yet is controlled and directed at solutions. The author's approach ... will equip those who agree with logic and reasoning, and it will encourage those who are unsure to see the racial undercurrents of American culture. The book includes numerous list, statistics, charts, conversations, legislation, and other elements that establish the claims, and modulate the pace of the book. The chapter "Where Do We Go from Here" is practical and combats the frustration and despair that come from facing the facts presented earlier in the book. The subtitle tells the author's point of view up front ... The table in the back matter presents evidence and concisely details the arguments of the book, making it easy to share the author's insights with others."

*Judge, 2nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published eBook Awards

* This review is based on my book State of Florida v. Trayvon Martin. I Am Trayvon Martin: Look What You Did to Me goes into deeper detail and explanation.



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