“Trayvoning” a Disturbing New Trend
First it was planking, then Tebowing and Kaepernicking. Now, it’s Trayvoning and not many find it funny.
But why would making light of a teen’s death be so popular? James Shelby, president of the Greater Sacramento Urban League says the answer is in education.
“We need more conversations in homes about how we can all get along better. In turn, our kids are educated in things we shouldn’t do,” Shelby said.