SUSPICIOUS – In Memory of Trayvon Martin

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In light of the tragic slaying of 17-year old Trayvon Martin, I wanted to create a photographic campaign to hopefully draw more attention to the case.  Special thanks to my boy RL from Next, the players from the Atlanta Hawks, my colleagues, and the college students who all participated in my project.  This will be an ongoing project, and I hope to attain more celebrity support. If you’re interested in participating, and are in Atlanta, GA please contact me at ish@ishholmes.com. Thanks for your support!

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6 thoughts on “SUSPICIOUS – In Memory of Trayvon Martin

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  3. Ish, I would like to thank for all ur efforts in fighting this ‘Man’s inhumanity to Man’. Zimaman or whatever his name is has murdered sleep & he shall sleep NO more. Until Justice is done in this case, we shall neither sleep nor slumber, we will continue to talk & fight until this muster called Zimamman is brought to book. Yes, the Blood of Trayvon Martin is on his head.
    May the Soul of Trayvon Martin Rest in Perfect Peace

  4. I believe Zimmerman would have found most of these guys “suspicious”. If Zimmerman were a real man, he would own up to what he has done rather than continue to try and justify what cannot be justified.

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