The Fold  ·   September 6, 2013

Teen poets ache over Trayvon Martin's death

- Black teens personalize Trayvon Martin's death in their poetry: "What it means to be a young black man in society ... people don't value your life," says Ayinde Grimes, 17. ()

- Black teens personalize Trayvon Martin's death in their poetry: "What it means to be a young black man in society ... people don't value your life," says Ayinde Grimes, 17. ()

Teen poets ache over Trayvon Martin's death (1:45)

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