The 100 Black Men of Atlanta sponsored a community meeting to discuss the Trayvon Martin case Saturday morning.
Implications of the Trayvon Martin tragedy were addressed and how it impacts the youth of Charlotte.
The event was held at UNC-Charlotte at 11 a.m.
Panalists included Dr. Patrick Graham, CEO of the Urban League of Central Carolinas, who served as the moderator; Reggie Singleton, director of "A Male's Place"; Adrian Sundiata, Dean of Students at the Crossroads Charter School and attorney Erin Taylor of the Federal Defenders of Western North Carolina.
The public was encouraged to attend the meeting. They were asked to bring their children so they can learn from the discussion.