Sybrina Fulton penned an intimate essay ten years after the murder of her son, Trayvon Martin. Trayvon: Ten Years Later is about lessons, grief, hope, faith and much more.
“We all have an obligation to help children and create communities that lead with safety, love, and equity. I hope that with my new essay and the work I have done over the last ten years, readers, watchers, and supporters will feel inspired to create something positive for the world we live in, and our children’s futures,” said Fulton. “From small good deeds to large scale cultural change, these transformations can honor Trayvon and others who senselessly lost their lives.”
Published by Amazon Original Stories, an imprint of Amazon Publishing, the essay is currently available for purchase.
“We are privileged to publish Sybrina Fulton’s powerful essay and thank her for her vulnerability, honesty, and inspiration,” said Selena James, editor at Amazon Original Stories. “Sybrina has become one of the most important activists of our time, and we are proud to work with her to share her essay with readers at this crucial moment in history.”