Million Hoodie March marks 1-year anniv Trayvon Martin death

Million Hoodie March marks 1-year anniv Trayvon Martin death

His death saddened a nation and sparked a wide ranging conversation about race relations in the U.S.

Tuesday marked the one year anniversary of the shooting death of 17-year old Trayvon Martin by Neighborhood Watch volunteer George Zimmerman.

His parents led a so-called “Million Hoodie March” in memory of their son Tuesday night in New York City’s Union Square.

“Thank you for your support tonight. We wear our hoodies in remembrance of Trayvon Martin,” Trayvon’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, said.

Fulton and Trayvon’s father, Tracy Martin, were among hundreds gathered clad in hoodies for the event.

A similar vigil, on a smaller scale, was held in Sanford, the city where Trayvon died.

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