Makes an interesting stand against the racial profiling of young black men in the wake of Trayvon Martin's murder for 'looking suspicious'.
To what extent do public stands, their subsequent reporting and debate raise compassion and awareness, or act to intensify tensions based on racial divisions?
How closely are power relations influenced by racial divisions played out in this court? In what ways, if at all, does this reflect wider issues concerning social mobility and marginalization?
500 words on each question by next week.