Jamie Foxx Sits Down with the Family of Trayvon Martin for Special to Air on Foxx's SiriusXM channel The Foxxhole
"I am Trayvon, Day of Remembrance Peace Walk" special features Foxx's emotional, in-depth conversation with Martin's parents Tracy and Sybrina and attorney/family advocate Benjamin Crump, plus "Day of Remembrance" event speeches from Foxx and other participants
In addition to Foxx's emotional, in-depth conversation with the family — during which
"I don't think there has ever been a story that has impacted me the way this story has," said
Foxx serves as executive producer of The Foxxhole and frequently hosts his own radio show, riffing on a wide variety of topics and headlines spanning current events, entertainment, politics and more. For more information, visit www.siriusxm.com/thefoxxhole.
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