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Trayvon Martin: a 140lb kid murdered by a 250lb man

"I was immediately skeptical when I first learned that a jury of five white women and one Hispanic woman were the arbiters in Trayvon Martin case......" commentary by son of Guyana, Brooklyn-based journalist Mr Lin-Jay Harry-Voglezon click here
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Son of Grenada, NYC Council Member  Williams' statement on  the verdict in the trial of Trayvon Martin's murder click here
I have known Rodneyse Bichotte about 3 years from Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry. She is a daughter of Haiti, she is an electrical engineer, and an elected District Leader, and now she is running for NY Legislative Assembly. And I could not think of a better representative for the district. She has been endorsed by just about everyone, so if you live in Ditmas Park, Midwood and Flatbush go and vote on Tuesday and Shirley Chisholm will smile on you from heaven. Shirley Chisholm click here

Daughter of Haiti, Rodneyse Bichotte (D-Flatbush) is District Leader of the 42nd Assembly District of New York and she wants to represent the 42nd District of New York in the Legislative Assembly in Albany. If you live in Brooklyn in Ditmas PArk, Midwood or Flatbush: vote for Rodneyse on Sep 9, 2014

Background picture: Albany in February 2013. Yes it was cold. My camera stopped working after this shot.
So you thought that Black Boys in America had been removed from the endangered species list? Not so fast, my friend, come to Brooklyn be your own witness. Analysis by son of Barbados, Richard A King Esq click here

The not-guilty verdict for George Zimmerman was unjust. Rodneyse Bichotte MJoTA 2013 v7n2 p0717

I am calling upon my fellow community residents, New Yorkers and the people of this great nation to come together and heal while keeping the Trayvon Martin's family in our prayers.


The not guilty verdict for George Zimmerman is simply unjust, and the key thing that needs to be changed is the law.


I have heard directly from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington DC this week. They have ensured the community that their offices, in collaboration with the state and local elected officials, will investigate this matter further.

Meanwhile, I recognize the remarkable way that people have peacefully expressed their disagreement in the verdict, this shows a level of matured energy that needs to be channeled into our everyday civic engagement activities, and ultimately increase our social justice.


George Zimmerman a 250-lb man stalked and shot 140-lb Trayvon Martin who was not a criminal, not a drug dealer nor did he have a gun. He was just a child wearing a hoodie on his way back to his Dad's place after buying Skittles at a local store.


How far have we come in our quest for social justice for all human-kind? It is clear that we, as a nation, still have further to go.


I ask everyone to join hands in affecting change and encourage solutions that will combat violence in our communities.

District Leader Rodneyse Bichotte addresses a town hall meeting gathered to listen to and ask questions of the president of Haiti in Brooklyn College, Sep 2012. The president of Haiti is far left.