HOUSTON - The movement is sweeping across the country. Many Americans are calling for justice on behalf of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Florida teenager who was shot to death by a neighborhood watchman.
We've seen rallies from New York to Miami and Sanford, Florida, where the shooting happened. I just received word that some elected officials and clergy members plan to hold a rally this Sunday in solidarity with the teenager's family.
Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Bishop James Dixon, State and Local Leaders, Clergy, Students, Parents and Teachers
~An announcement of Houston joining in the National Movement for Justice for Trayvon Martin
Something must be done!!!!!!!!
In Memory of
17-year old Florida teenager killed while walking from 7-Eleven
Stand in Solidarity.
Stand for Justice.
Stand to End Racial Bias.
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Bob Casey Federal Courthouse
515 Rusk Avenue
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