Alumna Carolyn Copeland: 'I see my brothers' in Trayvon Martin

August 1, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE -- In an op-ed, Journalism alumna Carolyn Copeland writes: “Trayvon Martin’s face has become a reminder to me and to so many others that it is difficult for American society to view a young black male as a victim. But when I look at Martin’s pictures, I don’t see a violent thug as do so many supporters of George Zimmerman. I see my brothers.” Copeland writes and produces for KGO radio.