The Killing Of Trayvon Martin | On Point with Tom Ashbrook
And that kind of fear doesn't go away by accident. Nor does it evaporate in cheery good will and American triumphalism. Institutions, schools, cultural communities, artistic communities: all of us have to play an active part. The young man who shot Trayvon Martin did not come to be frightened and angry and agitated all by himself. It takes a village. And it'll take a village to undo what's wrong in America.