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Stevie Wonder Refuses To Play In Florida After Trayvon Martin Ruling

At a concert in Quebec City on Sunday (July 14), Wonder announced that he would no longer be performing in Florida until the controversial Stand Your Ground Law, which says a person may justifiably use force in self-defense if there is reasonable belief that they are being threatened, was “abolished.”


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Beyonce Honors Trayvon Martin At Nashville Show

During her show in Nashville, Tenn., Beyonce paid tribute to fallen teen, Trayvon Martin. Beyonce hit the stage just thirty minutes after the “not guilty” verdict was passed down in the controversial George Zimmerman trial.


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Zimmerman To Be Charged In Trayvon Shooting Wednesday Afternoon

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – CBS News has confirmed that charges against George Zimmerman will be filed Wednesday afternoon in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.