How Are Young Blacks Doing Five Years After Trayvon Martin?

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Five years after Trayvon Martin was killed near Orlando, the unemployment rate for young black men is down and the high school graduation rate is up, but the poverty rate is up, too. The Rev. Al Sharpton says the case "energized a renewal of civil rights activism."
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