How I wept after attempts to dissociate from Trayvon Martin’s death

Donna Britt writes for The Washington Post: “I cried for Trayvon, his parents, the girlfriend he chatted with on his cellphone moments before he was shot. I wept for millions of black parents for whom his slaying was an excruciating reminder of their children’s vulnerability. I sobbed out of shame for having tried to separate myself from Trayvon because I couldn’t bear to consider his tragedy touching my sons.”