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I wonder what I’ll carry when I die.
Probably my cell phone.
Obviously, regrets. Maybe a pen or two.
Trayvon Martin, 17, was carrying Skittles and a bottle of iced tea.
And now, the weight of a country more divided on race than we’d like to think.
In the last few weeks, Martin’s tragic death incited anger against many — the NRA, racism, gun laws, government, police and vigilantes — with few answers to pacify the outrage.
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