Op-Ed: Shooting Of Black Teen Reveals 'Blindness'

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Jonathan Capehart's "Under 'suspicion': The Killing of Trayvon Martin" in The Washington Post

Leonard Pitts' "Tragic teen shooting raises old fears, questions" in The Miami Herald

Three weeks after 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, no arrests have been made in what critics are calling a case of racial profiling. Columnist Leonard Pitts says the incident exposes society's "blindness" to African-Americans.

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