Annotated Works Cited: Stand your ground

Light, John. “Frequently Asked Questions About ALEC | BillMoyers.com.” N.p., 28 Sept. 2012. Web.

Provided with helpful information on what ALEC is and what their beliefs are and what they do. Also gave a brief information on how they are tied to the Trayvon Martin case and how they are losing fundings because of it.

 

“Big Racial Divide over Zimmerman Verdict.” Pew Research Center for the People and the Press RSS. N.p., 22 July 2013. Web.

Provided with a survey of percentage of people who were satisfied with the verdict decision in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. Also went in depth at the percentage of different race of people who were satisfied or unsatisfied with the verdict.

 

“National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 10 Jan. 2015. Web. .

Provides information on who the NAACP is and what their beliefs are.

 

Ahmed, Amel.  “’Stand your ground’ states see increase in homicides.”  Aljazeera America, 12 Aug. 2014.  Web.

Explained and showed data that circulates rise in homicides and violence in SYG states.

 

Anonymous.  “Radio Ad By Democratic PAC Blames Trayvon Martin Death on Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law.” Tampa Bay Times, 30 Oct. 2014.  Web.

Talked about times when anti-SYG agencies used ethos and pathos in their arguments.

 

Anonymous.  “‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws:  Civil Rights and Public Safety Implications of the Expanded Use of Deadly Force.”  US Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 29 Oct. 2013.  Web.

Gave race breakdown of cases.

 

Anonymous.  “States That Have Stand Your Ground Laws.”  FindLaw.com, undated.  Web.

Listed states that have stand your ground.

 

Anonymous.  “National Rifle Association.”  Wikipedia.  Web.

Background on the NRA.

 

Anonymous.  “Al Sharpton.”  Wikipedia.  Web.

background on Rev. Al Sharpton.

 

Anonymous.  “Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.”  Wikipedia.  Web.

Background on the Brady Campaign.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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