So this appeared recently in the Florida Civil Rights Hall of Fame:
Yes, it's a mural of a guy who looks an awful lot like George Zimmerman, shooting someone in a hoodie with the image of Martin Luther King hovering nearby. The face of the hoodie victim is actually a mirror, so you can see yourself as a victim, or something.
Since in nine cases out of ten, young black men are shot by other young black men, shouldn't the shooter here be, you know, another guy in a hoodie?
Or perhaps the shooter should be covered in blood, with a broken nose and be lying on his back while the mirror-faced hoodie wearer delivers a ground-and-pound beating? You know, like what was actually happening?
And what the f*ck does Martin Luther King have to do with a drug-dealing, trouble-making, thug-in-training dude in a hoodie anyway?
And btw, before you think I'm jumping to conclusions here about the artist's intentions, I believe the mural is titled "We are all Trayvon Martin" or something to that effect.