by Liz Goodwin, Yahoo! News, July 14th, 2013
SANFORD, Florida, USA. - Under the hot Florida sun the morning after George Zimmerman was found not guilty, Kathy McGill stood next to a brick monument adorned with the names of 10 local young people who had been shot or stabbed to death. The name at the top of the monument, located in the center of Sanford's historic black neighborhood of Goldsboro, was Trayvon Martin. Next to Martin's name was the date of his death: February 26, 2012.
McGill never knew Martin, a Miami boy who was visiting his father when he was shot by Zimmerman, but she did know