Trayvon Martin’s Brother, Jahvaris Fulton, Interning For FL Congresswoman

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July 19, 2013 ‐ By
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Jahvaris Fulton has a great opportunity on his hands. The older brother of Trayvon Martin is currently serving as a congressional intern for Florida Representative Frederica Wilson. Her office confirmed the news to NBC.

Fulton, according to his Twitter page, attends Florida International University in Miami FL.

Wilson’s office also said that Fulton is a part of the 5000 Roll Models of Excellence Project. The project, founded by Wilson 20 years ago, is a drop out prevention and mentoring program that serves the needs of at-risk boys in Miami-Dade schools.

Good look to the young Mr. Fulton. It would be great if both he and Rachel Jeantel ended up working in law enforcement, hopefully fighting the injustices that were so evident in his brother’s case.

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  • motorfingaz

    Vengeance is mine saith The Lord!

  • OhMeSoSassy

    God bless this family!

  • Realityh03$Anonymous….ohwait

    Thats some good news for their family. Gives them a reason to smile after, what im sure was one of the longest weeks in their lives.
    Also they look JUST alike.

  • word

    FIU, ohhh so they are not from the ‘lost, broken black family” they tried to paint…

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  • Guest360

    This is awesome and one of the few good things to come from this tragedy. Maybe it’ll push him into becoming a congressman one day and change policies such as the stand your ground law. Whatever happens, his future is bright and I pray many follow in his footsteps. The only way we can make change is to elect our people into office to bring about that change.

  • Christina

    Great news I bet Trayvon is smiling down from heaven at him and he is very proud keep up the good work baby boy

  • http://neolovesoulchild.wordpress.com/ Crystal

    With all the criticism that has came from the verdict I’m delighted to see some positive things come from this. Good luck to Rachel and Jahvaris on their promising future.

  • Nieue

    Good for him! I wish him well. But watch your back-make sure you have a licensed gun w/permit like GZ. If you are accosted by anyone (especially a white man or Latino) Shoot first & ask q’s later-Better for you to be safe-than sorry ( & alive). It seem that we are going back to the “cowboys & girls/shoot ‘em up days”-so you have to be prepared!

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