Trayvon Martin's parents to attend D.C. event honoring teen

      Trayvon Martin's parents will spend another day in the District to attend an event honoring their slain son as a community game changer.

      Martin's parents are expected to accept the posthumous recognition at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the{}Art & Soul Restaurant, located{}415 New Jersey Avenue, NW in Washington, D.C. 20001. The event will{}showcase people of color affecting change in their community.{}

      This comes after another emotional day for the couple as they appeared on Capitol Hill Tuesday for a forum on racial profiling and hate crime.

      New details and accounts of what happened a month ago in that Florida community where 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was killed continue to emerge.

      According to reports, George Zimmerman says Martin pinned him to the ground and began slamming his head into the sidewalk.

      A police report describes Zimmerman's back as wet and covered with grass, as though he had been lying on the ground.

      Also, new questions about a Twitter page with Trayvon's name referencing drug use - the family says it's just another attempt at character assassination.

      "There are so many things now where they are trying to blame the victim ... This was a young kid who was trying his best," Martin's family attorney said.

      There's also new questions about Martin's previous suspension from school for allegedly spreading obscene graffiti and a report he was once investigated for having woman's jewelry in his backpack. When the family lawyer was asked about all of this, he declined to comment.