Justice for Trayvon Rally
The justice for Trayvon 100 city rally and vigil was a life changing event for me. I never thought I would be a part of a historical mark for African Americans in America.
I went into the rally as a journalist, and with the many interviews I did, I took pictures of posters and signs. So I wanted to share photos of my favorite moments at the rally.
Dinetta Gilmore, mother of two teen boys, holds sign reading “Obama is Trayvon Martin”
Young girl says “Black Children: You have Value”
Mother and son stand with signs together. Son says “My parents love me and want me to come home.”
Man says Juror B37 is a bully. Recently Juror B37 was interview giving insight in the juror’s eyes and has a new book deal.
Chris sheds light on the Marissa Alexander case that share similar correlation to the Trayvon case.
Wanted: Zimmerman. A woman hold a drawn wanted sign of Zimmerman
“Stand Your Ground” sign with signatures of protestors.
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