"The Trayvon Martin trial captured the country like no other had since O.J. Simpson," she wrote in a description of the mural on her website. "It was more than just a heinous crime, it was social injustice. No one ever imagined that on that dark, rainy night, the life of a young man would be stripped from him in cold blood. Carrying nothing but a bag of Skittles he had just bought from a convenience store, the only crime he committed that night was walking into the path of George Zimmerman."