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Newsmaker Plenary: Trayvon Martin: A Crime Story in the Digital Age
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9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Opening Ceremony 
Hosted by Arthel NevilleFOX News, and Alicia Quarles, E! News

Newsmaker Plenary: Trayvon Martin: A Crime Story in the Digital Age 
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The death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin launched a 21st century discussion of both race, equity and justice in America, particularly in light of Florida’s controversial Stand Your Ground law. News reports brought diverse viewpoints to light as social media and technology sparked the public’s interest and helped drive coverage. This session will explore the ongoing social and cultural implications of this case and the role played by the media. The Martin family, journalists, and legal experts as they discuss one the most widely discussed stories of the year.

Suzanne Malveaux, Anchor, CNN Newsroom

Sybrina Fulton, Mother of Trayvon Martin 
Tracy Martin, Father of Trayvon Martin 
Jahvaris Martin, Brother of Trayvon Martin 
Ben Crump, Parks & Crump Attorneys at Law, Trayvon Martin Family Attorney 
Corey Dade, National Correspondent, NPR 
Trymaine Lee, Senior Reporter, Huffington Post 
Joy-Ann Reid, Managing Editor, 
Daralene Jones, General Assignment Reporter, WFTV – Orlando

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