Trayvon Martin, 365 Others Recognized as Politic365 Game Changers

Trayvon Martin, 365 Others Recognized as Politic365 Game Changers


Wednesday evening Politic365 hosted its first annual Game Changers Forum & Reception. The policy forum featured guest speakers from various industries and the topic of discussion was jobs and the economy.  The forum was followed by the reception at which Politic365 honored 365 bi-partisan, multi-cultural emerging and established leaders from across the country.

Politic365’s editorial board also chose to posthumously bestow the Game Changers honor on Trayvon Martin. His mother, Sybrina Fulton, and father, Tracy Martin were present to accept the award.

Rev. Al Sharpton, of the National Action Network and host of Politics Nation, and Roslyn M. Brock, Chair of the NAACP Board of Directors, delivered remarks with regards to the Trayvon Martin case.

Also in attendance were several members of the Congressional Black Caucus, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, power players from various industries and Politic365’s contributors.

Politic365 will publicly announce all 365 Game Changers next week. The announcement will be followed by daily profiles throughout the year that will highlight each recipient.

Press Play for highlights from the event:


  1. Some of you seem to overlook the possibility that Mr Zimmerman is innocent, and may never be charged. Remember Taranawa Brawley and Al not too Sharpton. You're form of gang justice is exactly what Negroes have struggled against through the years. Mob violence, which is what you are practicing now. And I feel bad for every negro child that is looking over his shoulder for a bogey man that is not there. 90 % of blacks are killed by blacks. Go to the town of Mattapan in Massachusetts and see what i am talking about. Uf oiur black you better watch out for other bkacks, they're the ones likely to kill you.

    Keep in mind, Mr Zimmerman may indeed be innocent- remember tawama Brawley

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