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When the news of the murder of Trayvon Martin first garnered nationwide attention, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat were among the first celebrities to pay their respects.
The issue’s cover features Wade and sons and is one of four covers currently on newsstands. On the cover, it features the simple but poignant representation of 3 black males (Wade and sons) donned in hoodies, with the words ‘We are Trayvon’ in red bold text.
The issue also features Spike Lee and his son in one of the covers, and of course the parents of Trayvon Martin and his younger brother in another. Good to see even after the acquittal of Trayvon’s killer, George Zimmerman, that the issue of black males being shot for simply being black still remains a relevant topic.
H/T: Miami Herald
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