Thursday July 30, 2015
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BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 7/21/13
Protesters gathered at Rosa Parks Circle here, July 20, demanding justice for Trayvon Martin.
BY Sarah Buchner | Asheville, NC | 7/21/13
100 people joined the National Day of Action in Downtown Asheville to demand justice for Trayvon Martin, July 20.
BY Jacob Flom | Milwaukee, WI | 7/19/13
The movement to win justice for Darius Simmons, Derek Williams, Corey Stingley, and Bo Morrison has received a boost from the national attention and outrage over the “not guilty” verdict for Zimmerman.
BY staff | Tallahassee, FL | 7/19/13
After three days of occupying the governor’s office in the Florida capitol building, protesters demanding justice for Trayvon Martin finally secured a meeting with Governor Rick Scott, July 19.
BY Preston Gilmore | Clarksville, TN | 7/18/13
15 people rallied outside the public library on July 15 to demand justice for Trayvon Martin.
BY Sarah Buchner | Raleigh, NC | 7/18/13
On Monday, July 15, over 1500 rallied at the capitol again for the 11th installment of Moral Monday, chanting, “Forward together, not one step back!”
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 7/17/13
African American unemployment rates are still twice that of whites, while Blacks graduate from college at half the rate of whites. The typical income of an African American household is 40% less than a white household, while their wealth is 95% less. Black men in particular are arrested, convicted and jailed by the ‘injustice’ system, so that almost one third are in or have been through prisons. And Black youth like Trayvon Martin continue to be gunned down by racist cops and vigilantes while their killers walk free. The root of the problem is that the U.S. was founded on the exploitation and oppression of Black people.
BY Chris Getowicz | Minneapolis, MN | 7/17/13
Thousands of people gathered here, July 15, in the Peoples Plaza in front of the Hennepin County Government Center, to demand justice for Trayvon Martin, Terrance Franklin and all victims of police brutality.
BY B.J. Murphy | Winston-Salem, NC | 7/17/13
On July 16, nearly 1000 people came together on Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. to rally in solidarity of Trayvon Martin and to express their outrage at racist vigilante George Zimmerman’s not guilty verdict.
BY staff | Green Bay, WI | 7/16/13
A group of about 30 protesters, many from the black community, came out to the Brown County Courthouse July 16 to protest the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin killing. Members of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and Occupy Green Bay were in attendance, along with a diverse group of members of the community.
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