The parents of Trayvon Martin, are set to speak in Little Rock Tuesday morning as part of NOBLE's civil rights celebration breakfast.
Noble or the National Organization for Black Law Enforcement executives hosts the event to honor those who have contributed to the civil rights movement, including a few Arkansas natives this year.
According to Brenda Goss Andrews the event is also about highlighting questions of civil rights which are at the root of the Trayvon Martin case.
"As NOBLE that's what we look at. Step back to see if Civil Right and civil liberties have been breached, " says Andrews " We do that in many other cases not just this one."
The breakfast is from eight to 10 at the Peabody Hotel. KARK will be covering the event tomorrow morning with Trayvon Martin's family.