1 million hoodies, 1 million signatures on Change.org… Show the world we are all Trayvon.
As the Change.org petition continues to gain signatures, George Zimmerman, the murderer of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, is still not yet arrested.
Zimmerman—judge, jury, and executioner—attacked a “suspicious-looking” Martin who was wearing a hoodie and carrying a bag of Skittles and an iced tea on February 26th. Many of you have heard the heart-wrenching 911 calls, and you’ve been seeking not only an outlet, but a way to help his grieving family find justice.
Tonight, the Occupy Movement will share New York City’s Union Square Park, inviting you to throw on your hoodies and show your support for justice for Trayvon Martin. Bring your hoodies and a bag of Skittles.
If you can’t make it to the event, go to interoccupy.org for poster downloads as well as a list of other ways you can protest and get involved wherever you are, including the following:
- WEAR YOUR HOODIE ON WEDNESDAY 3/21 and upload a pic to Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #millionhoodies.
- SIGN THE CHANGE.ORG PETITION – started by Trayvon‘s parents. Currently at over 860,000 signatures, we can move the needle to 1 million this week!
Wednesday March 21, 2012
14 st & Broadway
New York, NY 10003
Listen to Trayvon Martin 911 Call [SHOCKING FULL] Murder Caught on Tape
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