Source: Greg Botelho / CNN
The final, violent moments in the life of their son, Trayvon Martin, no longer dominate the national news, as they once did. Tens of thousands no longer attend rallies demanding justice for the slain teenager; pundits no longer debate the case on every media platform imaginable. What once had been the big story has increasingly become yesterday’s news.
But Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin haven’t stopped fighting.
One year ago Tuesday, they were grieving and relatively anonymous parents, trying to come to grips with the sudden death of their 17-year-old son. But in time, they became celebrities of sorts in a world of gun violence and vigilante justice.
To their supporters, they were the faces and the voices of victims of racial profiling.
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