In the Shadow of Race

Theo Hollerbach, center, owner of Hollerbach's Willow Tree Cafe in Sanford, Florida, celebrates with his patrons, July 6, 2012. "Yes, we had a problem with how black people were treated and how things haven't been equal. I'm not going to say it's a good thing Trayvon Martin died, but it's a good thing it's out there and we can make it better," said Hollerbach, 54, an Orlando native who opened his Sanford restaurant in 2001.

( Gary W. Green/Staff Photographer / August 6, 2012 )

Theo Hollerbach, center, owner of Hollerbach's Willow Tree Cafe in Sanford, Florida, celebrates with his patrons, July 6, 2012. "Yes, we had a problem with how black people were treated and how things haven't been equal. I'm not going to say it's a good thing Trayvon Martin died, but it's a good thing it's out there and we can make it better," said Hollerbach, 54, an Orlando native who opened his Sanford restaurant in 2001.

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