Trayvon Martin's mother sympathizes with Ferguson victim

The mother of Trayvon Martin has written a heartfelt letter to the parents of Ferguson, Missouri shooting victim Michael Brown. The shooting death of her

The mother of Trayvon Martin has written a

The mother of Trayvon Martin has written a letter to the parents of shooting victim Michael Brown.

The mother of Trayvon Martin has written a heartfelt letter to the parents of Ferguson, Missouri shooting victim Michael Brown.

The shooting death of her teenage son in Florida also sparked nationwide outrage.

In Sybrina Fulton's open letter, published in Time magazine, she states "she wishes she had a word of automatic comfort, but she doesn't." She ends her letter with a call to action,...

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