"Rest in Power: The Tray by Martin Story" premieres on July 30, and the public is already split on the documentary. The nation was outraged when neighborhood guard George Zimmerman was acquitted after shooting and killing unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. "Rest in Power: The Tray by Martin Story" is a six-part series by Jay-Z. Some people say that this is an isolated tragedy and others believe that it raises awareness of an unfair criminal justice system. What do you think?
The series premieres on the 30th of July. Take a look at the trailer below and let us know what you think.
Deadline Petski tells what happened to Trayvon Martin before the series premiere and how his tragic death began a move:
Paramount Network slotted July 30 at 10 pm for the premiere of "Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin story. " The network also unveiled the complete trailer for the six-part original documentary that tells the life and legacy of Trayvon Martin, whose 2012 death polarized the nation and led to the # BlackLivesMatter movement.
Trayvon Martin was an unarmed 17 year old African American high school student was shot and killed on February 26, 2012 by a neighborhood guard in Sanford, Florida, where he visited a friend with his father. George Zimmerman was acquitted of a second-degree murder charge, claiming he shot Martin in self-defense.
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Supporters say its history is definitely worth catching. It is hard for people to relive, but his unfortunate death triggered an intersectional black liberation movement, just as Emmett Till's assassination sparked the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s.
Trayvon was not only murdered by a terrible man, the whole system of "justice" has failed him.
Check out the powerful new trailer for the documentary by Trayvon Martin. pic.twitter.com/FFbnhYMR5N
– Shaun King (@ShaunKing) July 3, 2018
There is a systematic injustice against the black community in the economic, legal and educational systems. Public defenders overwhelmed by case penalties, we finance schools through their property tax Postcodes and disproportional minority management affect recruitment process #TraybyMartinStory
– [?][?][?] [?] [?] Christopher Zullo (@ChrisJZullo) July 30, 2018  But some people believe that a movie is unnecessary at the moment. Let him rest.
The Twitter response to the movie was emotional. Some agree that the film will eventually be needed, but are worried that it may be too early to release any series or films after Trayvon's death. Skeptics are also worried that Jay-Z is taking advantage of the young man's death. Many are still too traumatized by Trayvon's death to endorse the documentary series.
Do we really need a Trayvon Martin movie?
– kc (@bluffcooper) 2 July 2018
How can you tell a story without the full facts? One party is dead and the other party you do not like, trust or believe tells the truth. I think that will be a great fictitious piece of assumptions! #TraybyMartinStory pic.twitter.com/mpmRymhGJ9
– SignOfZodiac (@SignOfZodiac) July 30, 2018
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