I may regret this, but:
What do you think we, as a nation/society, should learn from the George Zimmerman trial? From beginning to end, what kind of lessons could we glean from this?
Also, did you, personally, learn anything?
**FTR, I am not trying to exacerbate any ongoing arguments between members. Also, if this follows the same routes as the previous TM/GZ posts, if you want my attention, you may want to quote me.
Please, let's try to keep this civil.
~"Free the child's potential, and you will transform both the child and the world."
Dr. Maria Montessori~