'Million Hoodie March'

Updated 1255 GMT (2055 HKT) March 22, 2012
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Supporters of Trayvon Martin rally in New York's Union Square during a "Million Hoodie March" on Wednesday, March 21. Trayvon, 17, was shot to death February 26 while walking in a gated community in Sanford, Florida. George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch leader, said he shot the teen in self-defense. Getty Images
Trayvon Martin supporters block traffic as they march through Union Square on Wednesday. Many of the demonstrators wore hoodies and carried Skittles, the candy Martin left his father's fiancee' house to buy the night he was killed. Zimmerman has not been arrested. A police report describes him as a white male; his family says he is Hispanic. Getty Images
Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon's mother, hugs a supporter at the March. "Our son is your son," Fulton, told the crowd. "This is not about a black-and-white thing. This is about a right-and-wrong thing. Justice for Trayvon!" Getty Images
Demonstrators of all races crowded into Union Square for the Million Hoodie March. Getty Images
Hundreds of demonstrators marched in Union Square. Protests are also scheduled for Thursday in Sanford, Florida. Getty Images
Demonstrators chant at the Million Hoodie March in New York. Getty Images
The shooting and police response in Trayvon's case is fueling outrage that has reached well beyond Sanford, a racially mixed community 16 miles northeast of Orlando. Getty Images
Protestors flood the streets and block traffic as they march on W. 14th Street. Getty Images
Passengers on a bus take photos of the demonstrators. Getty Images