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I’m thinking about actions and have been building with people on Twitter about ideas and ways in which we can make our voices heard or at least directly express our discontent with this situation.
There are some great ideas floating around, but one is to send an empty bag of Skittles to the Sanford Police Chief, Bill Lee, with a note reading something like “Was Trayvon Martin’s life worth this?” or some other expression of outrage. I encourage you to do so, and it can be done anonymously. Imagine if he were to receive 10,000 notes expressing outrage and discontent at his department’s handling of this investigation?
So, what do you say? Join me.
Letter writing campaigns can be effective. Your voice can be heard directly, rather than simply via social media. The latter is important, but is Bill Lee following you?
I am a mother of a son whom I love very much. I can only imagine the despair and anguish felt by Sybrina Fulton when she learned her son was killed by George Zimmerman on his way home from the store. He purchased a bag of Skittles and Iced Tea. Mr. Lee, was Trayvon Martin’s life worth a bag of Skittles? You have a responsibility to fully investigate this case. I demand that you take further action so that justice is served.
Thank you for reading.
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