Trayvon Martin's Mother Speaks at Racial Profiling/Stand Your Ground Gun Law Forum

Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, spoke at a Phoenix forum about racial profiling Saturday, saying she has found purpose in her son's death, and new meaning in a Florida jury's decision to acquit the man who killed him.

"If [George Zimmerman] would have been convicted, then that would have been an end to the story," Fulton said. "And I would not be sitting here."