[Patch.com] - Geraldo Rivera sparked a debate last week that reverberated from the halls of the Capitol in Albany to the pulpit of Brown Memorial Baptist Church in Clinton Hill. Rivera said on Fox and Friends last Friday that he thought it was Trayvon Martin's
[Christian Science Monitor] - With 2.3 million inmates behind bars in the US, the goal of volunteers in mentor programs for the 2.7 million children of prisoners is: No child left alone. Despite government cuts in funding, the programs continue. What happens when ordinary people
[St. Augustine Record] - By THOMAS SOWELL It is not often that I agree with Geraldo Rivera, but recently he said something very practical and potentially life-saving, when he urged black and Hispanic parents not to let their children go around wearing hoodies.
[Forbes] - Nothing at all funny about the Trayvon Martin killing, but on FOX and Friends, Geraldo Rivera claims that one of the major reasons why Martin was shot was–get this–because he was wearing a hoodie. I believe that George Zimmerman, the overzealous
[Hollywood Reporter] - But Friday, Fox News commentator Geraldo Rivera stunned many when he said that, by wearing a hooded sweatshirt, Martin was making himself a target. "When you see a kid walking down the street, particularly dark-skinned kid like my son Cruz — who I
[Hollywood Reporter] - Then, of course, was Geraldo Rivera's comments, in which he said Zimmerman should be prosecuted, but Martin made himself a target by wearing a hoodie. Rivera earned a strong rebuke for the remarks. Thus far, things are moving, if somewhat slowly.
[GoErie.com] - Fox News Channel commentator Geraldo Rivera said he's sorry for suggesting that a hoodie worn by unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin was as much responsible for his death as the neighborhood watch captain who shot him. Rivera said a conversation
[New York Times] - You may remember that Geraldo Rivera took measure of the Martin case and determined that the moral was: young men, throw out your hoodies. Even Rivera's son said he was embarrassed. But, hey, we're talking about it. Mission accomplished.
[New York Daily News] - Geraldo Rivera, who was once associated with the Young Lords radical group, is now being treated as a reactionary even by his own son for commenting that Trayvon Martin made himself a human target by wearing a hoodie. Where I grew up in Brooklyn
[Los Angeles Wave Newspapers] - Fox News journalist Geraldo Rivera set off a national firestorm when he suggested that the hooded sweatshirt worn by Trayvon Martin was what cost him his life. What Rivera is saying, in an offbeat way, is that Martin was profiled by the clothes he was
[CNN] - By Hillary Busis, EW.com Geraldo Rivera apologized via an email to POLITICO and on his radio show on Wednesday morning. The killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has sparked a national dialogue on race; now CNN wants to hear from you.
[DrJays.com Live] - On Friday's Fox & Friends, Fox News contributor Geraldo Rivera blamed the shooting death of unarmed Trayvon Martin largely on the teen's hooded sweatshirt. “I think the hoodie is as much responsible for Trayvon Martin's death as much as George
[Yahoo! News Blogs (blog)] - By Zachary Roth By Zachary Roth | The Lookout – Fri, Mar 23, Fox News host Geraldo Rivera sparked outrage—including from his own son, apparently—by suggesting on Friday that Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Florida teen shot dead last month by a
[Gothamist] - If there's one place where Geraldo Rivera knew he could solidify his stupidity, it's Fox & Friends. The mustachioed reporter appeared on the Fox News program to offer his thoughts on the death of Trayvon Martin, "I believe that George Zimmerman
[The Hollywood Gossip] - Fox News' Geraldo Rivera stunned viewers with remarks about the Trayvon Martin case, saying that by wearing a hooded sweatshirt, the slain teen made himself a target. Martin, the 14-year-old candy-carrying, hoodie-wearing African-American boy
[WJLA] - By Jennifer Donelan, Justin Karp Geraldo Rivera, who has never been for a loss of words over the course of his long television career, had some pointed words about the Trayvon Martin shooting on Friday morning. Rivera, while appearing on Fox News
[Human Events] - by Thomas Sowell It is not often that I agree with Geraldo Rivera, but recently he said something very practical and potentially life-saving when he urged black and Hispanic parents not to let their children go around wearing hoodies.
[GOPUSA] - By Thomas Sowell March 27, :35 pm It is not often that I agree with Geraldo Rivera, but recently he said something very practical and potentially life-saving, when he urged black and Hispanic parents not to let their children go around wearing
[Toronto Sun] - Apparently, Geraldo Rivera didn't just offend African-Americans and Latinos by blaming the killing of an unarmed black teenager on the hoodie he was wearing. He says his 32-year-old son Gabriel is ashamed of the comment he made on Fox News Friday.
[SheKnows.com] - Geraldo Rivera is known for his outspoken ways, but he might have stepped over the line on Friday when he said 17-year-old shooting victim Trayvon Martin's hooded sweatshirt was to blame for his death. Geraldo Rivera has made a career out of saying
[SF Weekly (blog)] - By Alan Scherstuhl Fri., Mar at 9:27 AM You have a history of hysterical overreaction, and of blaming completely innocent things for society's ills. So it's not much of a surprise that today you went on television and said "The hoodie is as
[Above the Law] - By Elie Mystal Last week, Geraldo Rivera said something stupid even by Geraldo Rivera standards. I don't want to be accused of “mischaracterizing” his words, so here's what he said: Speaking on Friday's “Fox and Friends,” Rivera said, “”I think the
[Comedy Central (blog)] - We're in luck, because on this morning's Fox and Friends, Geraldo Rivera explained that guns don't kill people. And armed, racist, self-appointed vigilantes patrolling communities with incompetent police departments sort of kill people.
[The Atlantic Wire] - In maybe the dumbest reaction to the tragic death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, Geraldo Rivera went on a tirade against hoodies this morning, pleading with Martin's supporters to find another way to support the gunned-down teenager: "Leave the hoodie