BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 7/24/13
Even the summer afternoon rain couldn’t stop more than 25 activists from meeting in downtown Jacksonville’s Hemming Plaza, July 22, to begin a five-day walk to Sanford, Florida.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 7/23/13
When the nearly all white jury returned with a not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, people all around the U.S. were outraged.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 7/23/13
With their fists and their voices raised, more than 450 people took to the streets of downtown Jacksonville on July 20 to protest the acquittal of George Zimmerman and demand justice for Trayvon Martin.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 7/23/13
Several hundred people turned out for multiple rallies over the weekend of July 20. Hundreds rallied outside the federal courthouse downtown Milwaukee to demand justice for Trayvon Martin, Darius Simmons and others.
BY Chris Manor | Salt Lake City, UT | 7/22/13
Over 30 protesters gathered here, July 20, to answer Reverend Al Sharpton's call for 100 protests in 100 cities.
BY staff | Gainesville, FL | 7/22/13
On July 20, 50 activists, faith leader, and community members held a noon vigil outside the Alachua County Courthouse.
BY staff | San José, CA | 7/22/13
A week after the acquittal of George Zimmerman, another rally and march drew more than 250 people, three times the size of the week before.
BY Matt Hastings | Tampa, FL | 7/22/13
Two protests demanding justice for Trayvon Martin and that the Department of Justice (DOJ) charge George Zimmerman with violating Martin’s civil rights occurred here July 19 and 20.
BY Hatem Abudayyeh | Chicago, IL | 7/21/13
On July 20, at the Federal Plaza here, almost 3000 people, the vast majority African American, protested in anger at the not guilty verdict in the murder of Trayvon Martin.
BY David Hungerford | Newark, NJ | 7/21/13
The struggle to get justice for Trayvon Martin continued here, July 20. Over 500 people turned out at the Federal Building to demand a federal civil rights investigation of his murder by George Zimmerman. The rally was called by the National Action Network (NAN.)