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George Zimmerman's brother says life for the family has been strained.
Robert Zimmerman Jr. insists that his brother’s trial in the death of Trayvon Martin has been wrongly viewed through the prism of race.
One of the more troubling trends of recent weeks has been a spate of high-profile people sending out racist, sexist and otherwise offensive bile from their social-media accounts, particularly Twitter.
George Zimmerman was pulled over by Texas police Sunday for speeding and had a gun in his car.
Robert Zimmerman says that a civil rights case brought against his brother, George Zimmerman, would bring on a deeper battle between his family and Trayvon Martin's loved ones.
Insight from civil rights advocates and key players in the Trayvon Martin Case.
Social media swelled with commentary late Saturday night after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of killing Trayvon Martin.
President Obama's bold speech addressing the Trayvon Martin case drew both jeers and cheers on social media on Friday.
An update on the Robert Champion case, Oberlin cancels classes due to hate crimes, the NRA focuses on the African-American community, and other news headlines.
Urban Prep Academy is sending all of their seniors to college for the fourth consecutive year, Atlanta educators were indicted for a cheating scandal and the NYPD commissioner is accused of instilling fear in Blacks with stop-and-frisk.