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Black law students at Harvard remember Trayvon Martin

Boston.com - Nearly 100 Harvard University students and supporters gathered outside the Langdell Library on the university's campus Monday night to remember Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old student who was shot and killed a month ago in Sanford, Fla. by a neighborhood watch volunteer.

"We think it's important to provide a place to process the tragedy of losing a young life in what seems to be a senseless act of violence," said Reese Frogle, a law student at Harvard and president of the Black Law Students Association, which organized the vigil.  Read more.

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