Reporter Trymaine Lee is taking your questions


Trymaine Lee, msnbc national reporter, is taking reader questions about his coverage of President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative.

Simply join the msnbc Justice group to submit your question, we will accept submissions through Saturday, March 1 at 12 p.m. EST following Trymaine’s appearance on Melissa Harris-Perry.

The Reid Report, 2/26/14, 3:53 PM ET

Two years after Trayvon Martin’s death, city struggles to heal

Two years after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, his parents are on a crusade to make sure their son’s legacy is not forgotten and the city of Sanford is still struggling to heal. Trymaine Lee and Benjamin Crump discuss with Joy Reid.

As always, please keep your questions respectful and be mindful of our Community Rules.

You can get started on Trymaine’s coverage of “My Brother’s Keeper” with his piece “Obama’s outreach to young men of color: too little too late?” 

Trymaine also discussed how the community of Sanford, Fla., struggles to heal two years after the death of Trayvon Martin on The Reid Report.

Related: Community wrestles with unhealed wounds

And be sure to read his latest piece “Obama to kick off outreach to young men of color.”

Now, ask away, what do you want to know?

Thanks for participating in the Q&A. Take a look at Trymaine’s responses here

Melissa Harris-Perry, 3/1/14, 12:58 PM ET

The issues facing young men of color

The MHP panel talks about the problems faced by young men of color and President Obama’s new “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative.

Barack Obama and The new

Reporter Trymaine Lee is taking your questions