Mic – What do you call a mother whose child has been brutally and irrevocably snatched away from her? Usually, we call her an “advocate.” And that’s what Sybrina Fulton describes in her new book, Rest in Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin, a biography of her slain son, which was released on Tuesday.
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