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This is a pool photo of George Zimmerman and his lead counsel Mark O’Mara a Zimmerman’s hearing on his motion to delay trial February 5, 2013. I found it interesting that both men have gotten overweight since their intro to the American public (it’s not just the camera angle that enlarges O’Mara). And in this country, “overweight” means disintegrate. 
Here’s O’Mara at his first news conference. Maybe the message isn’t about my body image-centric viewpoint, but from the idea that when justice has been delayed long enough for you to get huge, it’s been delayed enough. The judge denied Zimmerman’s motion at the hearing. 
via Road Runner
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This is a pool photo of George Zimmerman and his lead counsel Mark O’Mara a Zimmerman’s hearing on his motion to delay trial February 5, 2013. I found it interesting that both men have gotten overweight since their intro to the American public (it’s not just the camera angle that enlarges O’Mara). And in this country, “overweight” means disintegrate.

Here’s O’Mara at his first news conference. Maybe the message isn’t about my body image-centric viewpoint, but from the idea that when justice has been delayed long enough for you to get huge, it’s been delayed enough. The judge denied Zimmerman’s motion at the hearing.

via Road Runner

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The company selling these targets sold out in two days. 
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The company selling these targets sold out in two days.

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I would love to ask Getty photographer Joe Raedle if the combination of Obama’s face with that of Trayvon Martin was as oddly subtle in real life as it appeared in his photograph. 
It’s a very clever shirt. 
via  Zimbio
(credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images caption: Carteka Bell (C) and Connor Bonhomme, 2 years old, wear tee-shirts reading, ” No Justice No Peace, as they wait for the start of church service at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church where Sybrina Fulton , the mother of Trayvon Martin who was killed by George Zimmerman, was attending a service for the first time since the arrest of Zimmerman on April 15, 2012 in Miami Gardens, Florida. Martin was killed by George Zimmerman on February 26th while Zimmerman was on neighborhood watch patrol in the gated community of The Retreat at Twin Lakes, Florida.)
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I would love to ask Getty photographer Joe Raedle if the combination of Obama’s face with that of Trayvon Martin was as oddly subtle in real life as it appeared in his photograph.

It’s a very clever shirt.

via Zimbio

(credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images caption: Carteka Bell (C) and Connor Bonhomme, 2 years old, wear tee-shirts reading, ” No Justice No Peace, as they wait for the start of church service at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church where Sybrina Fulton , the mother of Trayvon Martin who was killed by George Zimmerman, was attending a service for the first time since the arrest of Zimmerman on April 15, 2012 in Miami Gardens, Florida. Martin was killed by George Zimmerman on February 26th while Zimmerman was on neighborhood watch patrol in the gated community of The Retreat at Twin Lakes, Florida.)

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George Zimmerman’s confirmed website has very little information on it, but it does have an “album” with a photo montage. The only problem is that the graffiti photo on the lower left was tagged on Ohio State University’s  Frank W. Hale Jr. Black Cultural Center. Of course, we don’t know if Zimmerman was aware of that fact.
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George Zimmerman’s confirmed website has very little information on it, but it does have an “album” with a photo montage. The only problem is that the graffiti photo on the lower left was tagged on Ohio State University’s Frank W. Hale Jr. Black Cultural Center. Of course, we don’t know if Zimmerman was aware of that fact.

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On a day that was “all about Trayvon,” this is a wonderful example of how much America, and the media, lives off of celebrity politics. Today’s feature post at BagNews  explores the same issue.
via The Charlotte Observer
(credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images caption: SANFORD, FL: Rev. Al Sharpton departs as media are reflected in a vehicle window at a rally for slain teenager Trayvon Martin on March 22, 2012 in Sanford, Florida. Sanford Police Department Chief Bill Lee announced today he will temporarily step down following the killing of the black unarmed teenager by a white and Hispanic neighborhood watch captain. Sharpton organized today’s rally.) 
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On a day that was “all about Trayvon,” this is a wonderful example of how much America, and the media, lives off of celebrity politics. Today’s feature post at BagNews explores the same issue.

via The Charlotte Observer

(credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images caption: SANFORD, FL: Rev. Al Sharpton departs as media are reflected in a vehicle window at a rally for slain teenager Trayvon Martin on March 22, 2012 in Sanford, Florida. Sanford Police Department Chief Bill Lee announced today he will temporarily step down following the killing of the black unarmed teenager by a white and Hispanic neighborhood watch captain. Sharpton organized today’s rally.)

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From the Million Hoodie March. The reason I like this photo is that it does EXACTLY what it is supposed to do: capture the white fear of the hooded black male. 
I compare it to the iconic 1968 Olympics photo of John Carlos and Tommy Smith because it captures white angst and puts it on the world stage for examination. 
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(photo credit: Mary Altaffer/AP Photo caption:  Tyrone Boykins, left, of the Brooklyn borough of New York, takes part in the Million Hoodie March in Union Square Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in New York. The march was in memory of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager shot to death by a Hispanic neighborhood watch captain in Florida. The teenager was unarmed and was wearing a hoodie.)
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From the Million Hoodie March. The reason I like this photo is that it does EXACTLY what it is supposed to do: capture the white fear of the hooded black male.

I compare it to the iconic 1968 Olympics photo of John Carlos and Tommy Smith because it captures white angst and puts it on the world stage for examination.

via North Jersey.com

(photo credit: Mary Altaffer/AP Photo caption: Tyrone Boykins, left, of the Brooklyn borough of New York, takes part in the Million Hoodie March in Union Square Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in New York. The march was in memory of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager shot to death by a Hispanic neighborhood watch captain in Florida. The teenager was unarmed and was wearing a hoodie.)

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