Justice For Trayvon Martin

Martin was visiting his father in Sanford, FL when he was shot to death by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman. The unarmed teen was returning from a local 7-Eleven carrying only Skittles and an iced tea at the time of the shooting.  Join the Detroit Branch NAACP and other community coalition members as we proclaim that an “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

Monday, March 26, 2012
Hart Plaza – Detroit, Michigan

2 thoughts on “Justice For Trayvon Martin

  1. A number of people from Occupy Detroit were present at the rally. We came to unite, to listen, to talk with and unite. We also documented the event through live broadcast, video captured, photos taken, and we hope to be able to share these.

    Thank you for rallying together and bringing the importance of unity in Detroit communities. As we the people stand united, Detroit will rise from the ashes and seek better times together.

    • Thank you Stephen for contacting the Detroit Branch NAACP and for your support of the Trayvon Martin Detroit Rally for Justice. The NAACP both locally and nationally have been supporters of the Occupy movement. We also share your vision of a better Detroit and look forward to working in collaboration with all those with similar aspirations.

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