Trayvon Martin

Jay-Z has revealed that the previously-announced docu-series about the life story of Trayvon Martin will air in July. You can watch the teaser trailer for the film up top. Officially titled Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story, the docu-series will flow in the same path as last year’s gripping narrative of Kalief Browder, a docu-series which opened up […]

Jay Z and the Weinstein Co. are partnering to make a Trayvon Martin film and TV documentary series.

The shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin took place five years in Sanford, Fla., igniting a flurry of activism and discussion on race matters in America. The tragic shooting at the hands of volunteer night watchman George Zimmerman and his 2013 acquittal gave birth to the Black Lives Matter movement, along with a renewed focus […]

Five years after Trayvon Martin’s death, the fight for justice for young Black men continues.

The project follows a 17-year-old Black boy named Jacobi Nelson as he travels throughout his day, ultimately leading to a shattering encounter with the police.

"17," a beautiful 17-minute visual EP, pays homage to those who have lost their lives due to racial and police violence.

Black History Month originated in 1926, founded by Carter G. Woodson and was created to celebrate achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.

Plus, student becomes first black woman elected to be President of the Harvard Law Review and white suspect in Quebec Mosque attack charged with six counts of first-degree murder.

Five years after their son Trayvon Martin was killed in a shooting that helped spark the Black Lives Matter movement, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin are weighing political bids to continue their fight for racial justice.

A new study suggests Florida's controversial Stand Your Ground law can be linked to a spike in gun-related deaths.

Matthew Apperson was convicted of attempted second-degree murder in September.

Ken Bone, who attained semi-celebrity status after the second debate, claimed on an “Ask Me Anything” Reddit thread that Trayvon Martin’s shooting death “was justified."