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    Trayvon Martin's Hoodie May Be Headed To The Smithsonian

    It was once just a hooded sweatshirt that a 17-year-old boy threw on for his walk home, but it became a symbol for America's deep and troubled divide around race relations. Travyon Martin's hoodie, the one he wore the night he died, is being eyed by the Smithsonian Museum, home to America's greatest artifacts, for inclusion.

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