Trayvon Martin death raises issue of racism in America, says Toni Morrison
Nobel prize-winning novelist says Republican presidential hopefuls used hateful language against Barack Obama
The US novelist and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison says the death of Trayvon Martin in February and the way in which law enforcement agencies reacted raises the question of systemic racism.
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