“We can change,” she said. ”But justice, that’s what we’re sticking for. Justice for you. Justice for me. Justice for everybody.”
The former Vietnam war refugee and peace activist says she wants to take her mural to Washington, D.C., as well.
Zimmerman confronted and fatally shot Martin during a struggle in Sanford, Fla., last February. A grand jury found him not guilty of second-degree murder last month, setting off nationwide protests.
Remembering Trayvon Martin On His 21st Birthday
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