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Rachel Jeantel, who testified in the Trayvon Martin case, tells Keke about her plans for college.
Rachel Jeantel defies critics and graduates from high school to honor her late friend Trayvon Martin.
Radio host encourages Jeantel to attend a historically Black college.
The young woman who spoke with Trayvon Martin moments before he was killed testified that he seemed troubled by being followed by George Zimmerman.
Rachel Jeantel is a teenager who has been thrust into an extraordinary role in the second-degree murder trial of George Zimmerman.
Twitter shuts down juror's book deal, the Black transgender community continues to be marginalized plus more headlines.
From Rachel Jeantel's testimony to the introduction of the foam dummy, what were the pivotal points in the Zimmerman case?
Rachel Jeantel, the 19-year-old friend of Trayvon Martin who was the last person to speak to him before his death, returned to the stand for a second day of questioning in the trial State of Florida v. George Zimmerman.
George Zimmerman was asked to watch a Florida gun store after a recent burglary.
Three jurors in George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial initially favored convicting him of that offense or manslaughter.