From day one of the Zimmerman trial, the media jukebox queued up familiar oldies to replay to young and old audiences alike. Race is one oldie category guaranteed to ignite a lively dance when media DJ’s decide to pickup the beat. Media producers pace rhythms (coverage) of demonstrations and pontificates against a tempo (background) of historical spin. Zimmerman’s trial dusted off countless records related to racial inequalities, dreams and calls for action. Demonstrations large and small, locally and globally, inspire hundreds of thousands to march to songs calling for equality; to live in harmony and peace. Will these treadmill marches inspired by media DJ’s get us someplace? click to read the rest of the story . . .