Opinion

March 20, 2012

Commentary: Trayvon Martin's shooting raises old fears, questions

They do not see you. For every African American, it comes as surely as hard times, setback and tears, that moment when you realize somebody is looking right at you and yet, not seeing you — as if you had become cellophane, as if you had become air, as if somehow, some way, you were right there and yet at the same time, not.

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