A teacher, mother, school principal, and African American woman speaks from the heart about young black men too often characterized by others as "up to no good." Why is it so difficult for those who aren't black to see talent, ability, good will, promise, youthful high spirits, and innocence in these young men?
Boy Accused of Being "Up to No Good" Gunned Down
I have something to say about the murder of Trayvon Martin. The problem is that not enough people are saying it, but I have to say something. The facts, as I continue to collect them, are that he was a 17-year-old boy who walked to the store for some candy and on his way home a grown man pursued him…