The Buzz: Justice for Trayvon Martin

Don't miss a special 106 for Trayvon Martin tonight!

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Justice for Trayvon Martin - A year and a half ago, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot to death in Sanford, Florida, by George Zimmerman. The teen was walking home after buying a pack of Skittles and an Arizona Iced Tea and was followed, confronted and then subsequently murdered by Zimmerman. Since his death, Zimmerman has gone to trial and was acquitted. Now the search for justice in Trayvon's name is at an all-time high.  Don't miss a very special 106 & Park tonight dedicated to the memory of Trayvon Martin, which will include ways to help us all get through this tragedy and get involved, at 6P/5C! (Photo: Courtesy Facebook)

George Zimmerman Was Pulled Over for Speeding - On Sept. 3, George Zimmerman was pulled over for speeding in Lake Mary, Florida. Zimmerman was fined $256 for going 60 mph in a 45 mph zone. In late July, Zimmerman was pulled over for speeding in Texas. (Photo: AP Photo/TV Pool)

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Not Guilty - On Saturday night (July 13), George Zimmerman was handed a not guilty verdict in the Trayvon Martin case. The six female jurors made this unanimous decision and set Zimmerman free that night. This was all despite the fact that he pursued and engaged Trayvon Martin on his way home. (Photo: AP Photo/TV Pool)

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Paying Respect to Trayvon - Shortly after the not guilty verdict hit the airwaves, Beyoncé took the stage in Nashville during the Mrs. Carter Show tour. Before singing her "I Will Always Love You"/"Halo" medley, she asked for a moment of silence in honor of Trayvon Martin.(AP Photo/Parkwood Entertainment, Robin Harper)

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The POTUS Speaks - In wake of the Trayvon Martin verdict and a restless night in America, President Obama shared his thoughts on the tragedy and what Americans can do to handle the situation. See an excerpt below: “I now ask every American to respect the call for calm reflection from two parents who lost their young son. And as we do, we should ask ourselves if we’re doing all we can to widen the circle of compassion and understanding in our own communities.” (Photo: Michelly Rall/Getty Images)

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Reverend Al Sharpton Reacts - Reverend Dr. Al Sharpton has been less than silent throughout the entire case and some of his more candid thoughts came out on Sunday: "What this jury has done is establish a precedent that when you are young and fit a certain profile, you can be committing no crime ... and be killed and someone can claim self-defense ... we had to march to even get a trial and even at trial, when he's exposed over and over again as a liar, he is acquitted." (Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET)

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Protests Coast to Coast - Yesterday protests took place all over the country, including several locations in NYC. This photo was taken hours after protests began in Times Square. What you see is hundreds and possibly thousands of people joining together in order to make a statement that will both honor Trayvon Martin and hopefully get him the justice that he deserves. (Photo: REUTERS/Keith Bedford)

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Protests Coast to Coast - Yesterday protests took place all over the country, including several locations in NYC. This photo was taken hours after protests began in Times Square. What you see is hundreds and possibly thousands of people joining together in order to make a statement that will both honor Trayvon Martin and hopefully get him the justice that he deserves. (Photo: REUTERS/Keith Bedford)

The 10 Freeway - Californians didn't just take to the streets yesterday, they took to the freeways ? the 10 Freeway to be exact. This protest was also on behalf of Trayvon Martin and the need for justice to be served. (Photo: REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn)

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The 10 Freeway - Californians didn't just take to the streets yesterday, they took to the freeways — the 10 Freeway to be exact. This protest was also on behalf of Trayvon Martin and the need for justice to be served. (Photo: REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn)

Solange - Solange Knowles was so touched by the lack of justice surrounding Martin?s murder that she organized her own Trayvon Martin Rally at Borough Hall in Brooklyn when Zimmerman?s trial ended.(Photo: HRC/WENN.com)

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Solange Stands Up - At a protest at Brooklyn's Borough Hall yesterday, Solange Knowles stood up in honor of Trayvon Martin, spoke her mind and let it be known that there will be no rest until justice for Trayvon has been served. Tune-in to 106 & Park tonight at 6P/5C for a show completely dedicated to Trayvon Martin and the justice that he should receive. (Photo: HRC/WENN.com)