Trayvon Martin’s mom, Sybrina Fulton, is propelling a battle to turn into a Miami-Dade Region magistrate, she reported Saturday. Fulton turned into an energetic weapon control and hostile to neediness dissident after the shooting passing of her unarmed high school child seven years ago.
She’s difficult Miami Greenery enclosures City hall leader Oliver Gilbert for one of five open spots on the 13-part Miami-Dade Province Commission.
“Since 2012, I have supported vigorously to engage our networks and make them more secure,” she said in an announcement Saturday. “Be that as it may, the work isn’t finished. I am pleased to declare that I will rushed to speak to Locale 1 on the district commission.” She plans to authoritatively dispatch her crusade on Monday.
Trayvon Martin was a 17-year-old secondary school understudy when he was lethally shot in 2012 after a battle with neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman. Martin was stood up to by Zimmerman while strolling in a Sanford neighborhood where the teenager was chatting with his father. Dissents ejected in the wake of Martin’s passing over Florida’s disputable “hold fast” law. Zimmerman was vindicated of the killing.
Since her child’s demise, Fulton has as often as possible stood up about weapon control, battled for Hillary Clinton, co-composed a book about her encounters and propelled the Trayvon Martin Foundation.
“Our district must keep pushing ahead so our families are sheltered from brutality, can stand to live in Miami-Dade, and approach great paying occupations,” Fulton said in her announcement. “I am prepared to take on these issues and numerous others in area government.”