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Arizona is a case study in bigotry. While many African Americans may be turning a deaf ear to the recent furor over the anti-gay bill that was recently vetoed by Governor Brewer, it was not too long ago that the State was being boycotted because it did not want to recognize the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. In 1983, President Reagan after much pressure, created a National Holiday celebrating Martin Luther King. The Arizona
Sixty-seven percent of Americans polled do not believe that a jury verdict of not guilty is justice for Trayvon Martin. This means that across race, gender, age and geographic location, most Americans do not believe that Martin received justice. However, the concept of justice in America in our court system is not always understood.